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But it could not hurt 
Well it comes out of the sacred 
Writing of the Israelites 
It's the story of David 
And how he slew Goliath 

Well now
a break
This is what it takes
To drive a man to drink

Could song be an alibi
A lyric replacement for falling in love
But now that the well is dry
I
a break
This is what it takes
To drive a man to drink

Could song be an alibi
A lyric replacement for falling in love
But now that the well is dry
I
Ink to blood, paper to flesh and I am suspended in mid-air, frozen by intuition.
Pelt and chime.
Well rehearsed chaos gives me something to hum to.
And David dropped the giant to his knees
(Empowered by a stronger hand)
God changed the course of history
(See the power of the praying man)

Faith lives
You sure are cool, a European jewel
I dig you most
A letter came, it's not the same
The ink was blue
A relative stopped by to say he saw you, hey
You sure are cool, a European jewel
I dig you most
A letter came, it's not the same
The ink was blue
A relative stopped by to say he saw you, hey
your couch
And it's knowing I'm not shackled by forgotten words and bonds
And the ink stains that have dried up on some line
That keeps you in
Traditonal arrangement by
Auldridge, Gaudreau, Coleman and Klein
© 1993 AGCK Music/ Mountainside Music (BMI)

Well I woke up early with those
But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'
You never even called me by my name

Well I've heard my name a few times in your phone book
(Hello,
Everlasting hesitation
To reveal all knowing vices
All the compomising prices
Untouched by the law binders
Setting standards to remind us
That the ink has
reply
And young David Crockett was singing and laughing
With gallantry fears in his eyes
For God and for freedom, a man more than willing to die

Hey
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
In London city where I did dwell
A butcher boy, I loved right well
He courted me, my life away
But now with me, he will not stay

I wish, I
Terrorized by threat of size, the cog in the machine
He settles for the crooked line
Their pandering to the "small" points, abortion, guns
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in
ink

I'll tell you it's all for you
But it ain't it's just my way of coping 
With this bleary-eyed baby girl
Well, it's just my way of coping
Written by: david henman, james henman,
Ritchie henman and myles goodwyn

I just dropped in to see how my woman was
I wish to spend some time with
it's harder than it ever looks. 

All alone in the edge of the water
Hiding out by the Sea of Cortez
With my sketch pads and Flairs
Tapes
the rain
But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'
You never even called me by my name

Well, I've heard my name
A few times in your phone book
the rain
But you don't have to call me darlin', darlin'
You never even called me by my name

Well, I've heard my name
A few times in your phone book
your couch
And it's knowing I'm not shacked by forgotten words and bons
And the ink stains that have dried upon some line
That keeps you in the back
on the sidewalk
By a café where I hope to be working soon
Please come to Boston
She said, "No, David, you come home to me"

And she said
"Hey rambling boy,
on the sidewalk
By a café where I hope to be working soon
Please come to Boston
She said, "No, David, you come home to me"

And she said
"Hey rambling boy,
Always
The Ink Spots
Written by Irving Berlin

This version not released as a single
Five versions charted in 1926, two in 1944, and two more in