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a place of my own
By a new set of wheels just to see how it feels
Fancy food, expensive wine, paid vacation on company time'

My little sister makes more
The second time around, you know it really got me down.
Sister don't you judge it, just keep it to yourself now. 
And if you ain't got nothing good
glory ¡º
Little they guess, little they guess,
Little they guess the fate they're swaggering to.

Sister, be strong! you must learn to say no to
The joys
he didn't quite

Bob and Mae come up from little town
Way down by lake Texoma where he coaches football
They were two A champions now for two years
but he didn't quite 

Bob and Mae come up from little town
Way down by lake Texoma where he coaches football
They were two A champions now for two
families,
Our best!
Our very best!
We pour out our passions,
Our hearts and our souls!
So that you may become, a little closer,
To the music, that is Big
wheel runs by faith
And the big wheel runs by the grace of God
And a wheel in a wheel whirling
Way up in the middle of the air

Tell you what
Baltimore
Man, it's hard just to live, just to live

Get my sister Sandy
And my little brother Ray
Buy a big old wagon
Gonna haul us all away

Livin'
said, "I feed four little brothers
And baby sisters' walkin' on her knees
Now did the Lord say that machines ought to take place of the livin'?
And what's
grass
And I run through the tall trees with your hands chasing me

The books that I keep by my bags are full of your stories
That I drew up from a little
than the rest

Your little sister's just a girl
So you can kick her from your world

You push your baby brother down
And grind his face into
here

Whoa, whoa, everybody's dreaming big
Whoa, whoa, everybody's just getting by
That's how it goes in every day America
A little town with a great big
to a life of sin
Old brother Brown all week he steals tells everyone this big business deals
The deacon walks by a dollar hits the plate
Tryin' to buy self
a knife
Ever hear the one about the boy's big sister
His best friend come along
He tried to kiss her

The only difference that I see
Is you are
Baltimore
Man, it's hard just to life, just to live

Get my sister Sandy
And my little brother Ray
Buy a big old wagon
To haul us all away

Live out
sister. I guess 
I'd do the same. Little sister. 
You'll forgive me one day.
Seated by the wing.

A little face inside a ring.

Plane came in late.

Run up the ramp into my arms.

My arms.

You're only thirteen.

Wide-eyed
little sister
I can be your shoulder to cry on
But you're a big girl now
And you can't waste your life away, ooh

Golden teardrops, chasing rainbows
little sister let me hear you play

Just a few more weary days and then
Let me hear it, I'll fly away
To a land where joys will never end
I'll fly away
little sister let me hear you play

Just a few more weary days and then
Let me hear it, I'll fly away
To a land where joys will never end
I'll fly away
I've got the full moon fever
A black cat cut across my path
Put a little spell on me mademoiselle
I want somebody to lobe me back
I need somebody
Baltimore
Man, it's hard just to live, just to live

Get my sister Sandy
And my little brother Ray
Buy a big old wagon
Gonna haul us all away

Livin'
want to see there, my little sister Flo',
Keepin' time with Uncle Joe, singing a song and raggin' on his
Old banjo I see my dear old Mother Oh, Lordy,
Baltimore, man, it's hard just to live
Just to live

Get my sister,Sandy, and my little brother,Ray
Buy a big old wagon to haul us all away
Live out in
you that it would
A great big wall has come between us
And I wouldn't even love you if I could
So don't think it ain't been fun cause it ain't
Don't