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with her
I still have my fantasy
Fantasy world

There's so many risks to take
And if I lose my heart will break
I think I might take a chance on love
A day without you

[AJ:]
Now you've carved out a life
But I wear the scars
Reminding me by the hour
That it's time to accept that's the way
Will you come to the bower o'er the free boundless ocean
Where stupendous waves roll in thundering motion
Where the mermaids are seen and the wild
I don't want it free
I don't wanna show you what they done to me
I don't wanna live in my father's house no more
I don't wanna choose black or blue
I
hope is gone
We could be
The father's hands
And give peace a chance
And show the world
There is still a dream (oh)

(aah)
A brother down on his
hope is gone
We could be
The father's hands
And give peace a chance
And show the world
There is still a dream (oh)

(aah)
A brother down on his
got to go
And the world is gonna pass you by
I am older than my old man
I am older than my old man ever was
I try to keep it in context
I am older
My country, 'tis of Thee
Sweet land of liberty
Of thee I sing
Land where my fathers died
Land of the pilgrims' pride
From every mountain side
can do
With a fathers love
And he will change the world
Thirty three years later
When the son was in his grave
Broken and abandoned by a world he
rock
I?d figure out how to keep Hell off of my block
But as it stands, I stay content
Tryin? to be the magic man, and pay my rent
Wishing that Brian
A bold young farmer courted me
He stole my heart and my liberty
He stole my heart without free goodwill
And I must confess that I love him still

I
they can keep their heads safely buried in the sand 

This is my Father's world and He can fix it 
Our hopeless band-aids are all counterfeit 

In
and free
To just being afraid to disagree
While I was being brought down to my knees by

The weight of the world, too heavy to lift
So much to lose, so
father used to be,
Though deep in my heart, the memory's still there.
The sky is clearer now and the wind is fair,
The world is beautiful and I like it
the difference that sets the world free

[Chorus]

People aren't confused by the gospel
They're confused by us
Jesus is the only way to god
But we are not
I know you're listening as I lay me down to sleep
It's not for me I ask, but my children's souls to keep
It seems the world is going crazy
And though
Stoppin' by the diner to recharge my cells
Get with the broths? and have a couple laughs
Take a long drive
'Cause I'm still alive and if the pressure
Because I don't belong in this world
That’s why I'm scoffing at authority, defying often
Flying off at the handle with my mom, no dad
So I’m non complying
Because I don't belong in this world
That’s why I'm scoffing at authority, defying often
Flying off at the handle with my mom, no dad
So I’m non complying
On the day I was born said my father, said he
I've an elegant legacy waiting for ye
'Tis a rhyme for your lips and a song for your heart
To sing
On the day I was born, 
said my father, said he,
I've an elegant legacy 
waiting for ye.
'Tis a rhyme for your lips 
and a song for your heart,
girls
The father's wrapped in memories
Of European relations
Counting flurries on the window
As he dials another station
Coming home

It's black upon
it's all in vain
Like a locomotive blinded by the rain
And I swear that you loved me just the other day
I still remember how you used to say

I would die
On the day I was born, 
said my father, said he,
I've an elegant legacy 
waiting for ye.
Tis a rhyme for your lips 
and a song for your heart,
whistle a tune
My thoughts are fleeting now

Still I dream of it
Of that happy day
When I can say I've fallen in love
And it haunts me so
Like a dream