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the life you want and never be bothered by me
For I am just a simple guy who couldn't keep up with the pace
Cause in the world you live now for me there is
Pre>this is reported to be played with open tuning but what tuning
Exactly I don't know. I have created a simple version which
Gets me by. it
and I¡¦ll win

And grow in dirt
And it can hurt
To grow in dirt
Sometimes it hurts

I nourish by my labor and pain
I burn up in the sun and I drown in
with millionaires

When you grow up surrounded
By willful ignorance
You have to believe
Mercy has its own country
And that it's round
mother ever dreams that her daughter's gonna grow up to be a junkie
And if she had to live it all over again, you know she wouldn't change anything for
daughters going to grow up to sleep alone.
No mother ever dreams that her daughters going to grow up to be a junkie.

And if she had to live it all over
out of sand

I wanna be your money man
My mortgage is picked up by the band
I wanna be your money man
The boys, oh they're sleepin' out in the van
and dusty fields and the simple things
And I take pride in everything I've got
'Cause I'm American born
And Country by the Grace of God!
There's a girl who was raised to believe that love is suffering
She grows up and the man like a father gives her a wedding ring
Now she walks
mother ever dreams that her daughter's gonna grow up to be a junkie
And if she had to live it all over again, you know she wouldn't change anything for
When I was a boy I used to live in corduroy
OP shirts and slip-on Vans.
My life was so simple
I had not one pimple,
My everyday was made up of these
Until my fingers
And my deadly view is
Strangled by the rent

I have no purpose in this land
Have I forgotten how to stand up
With the humor
Until my fingers
And my deadly view is
Strangled by the rent

I have no purpose in this land
Have I forgotten how to stand up
With the humor
in unity as every culture burns and segregates.
Wars!

Shattered our lives grow torn.
Who will save you?
Our demise.

Stand up it's time to face
I plan on, shuttin' shit down
Born soldier, fucked 'em up with a MAC-fo'
Torn ligaments, all up in that nigga shoulder
And a vest couldn't protect
My Grandpa farmed for a livin',
Content to live the simpler kind of life.
My Grandma worked in the kitchen,
Awfully proud to be that farmer's
up houses
Big enough to lose your love
Big enough to never even see
One another in the dark

One man, one town is all I need
A simple plan to guide me
while
Now you're up on the isle
In a position that you ain't got to refusin to smile
But keep in mind there's a brighter day, after your time spent
Used
line.
Front page, column nine.
Headline: Another Columbine.
I plan and plot and strategized, and thought about it.
Loaded up everything in the closet.
Turn on the light
So it burns in the night
Turning down the flay
The world is uncertain
I'm certained by the curtains tonight
You will not know
a faster plan 
He has drugs to make the cow grow quicker 
Through the stress the cow gets sicker 
Twenty one different drugs are pumped 
Into the cow in
Conchobar would not dare,
So he did her away from his people.
"Deirdre will live and grow up fair,
Then marry me in my temple".

She was disgusted by
never watched the sky grow pale
Or strolled through fields of dew
I do not know of dust to dust
I live from breath to breath
I live to climb that
My Grandpa farmed for a livin',
Content to live the simpler kind of life.
My Grandma worked in the kitchen,
Awfully proud to be that farmer's
This is another one of those heartbreak hotel joints for the ladies
Why won't you grow up & be a man someday
I can't believe that you're still