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about William's heart?
Is it broken in two? Who's feeling bad?
Is there enough of a spark to sparkle again?
Is he lost?
Does he need a friend?
Sweet William rose one morning bright 
And dressed himself in blue 
"Come tell to me the long lost love 
Between Lady Margaret and you" 

"I
with spring coming on
I near lost me a mare out on Tickle Cove Pond

Lay hold William Oldford, lay hold William White
Lay hold of the cordage
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr.
You wore out a brand new trunk
Packin' and unpackin' your junk
Your daddy's mad, he's done got peeved
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
fear
 On yon green island as we passed it by,
 There we lost sight of your sailor boy."
 
 Well, she wrung her hands and she tore her hair.
 She was
Words and music by Hank Williams, Sr.
You wore out a brand new trunk
Packin' and unpackin' your junk
Your daddy's mad, he's done got peeved
a time we've lost
Raise a glass and have a laugh, have a laugh or two
Here's to old '67 and an older me and you

Sentimental twilight
Conversing
From the land of miracles comes Mr. Williams 
And he says "don't give up", he says "don't give up"

This Southern born spiritualist who brings
that he could with a name like William Shakespeare
William Shakespeare, some, some of you seem lost, look
Say your name was Robert Frost and you
WABASH CANNONBALL
(A.P. Carter - William Kindt)
« © '46 Peer International »

From the great Atlantic ocean to the wide Pacific shore
From
to bed, [D]never hurts these [Bm]days

But [E]now, the jokes on me, since I lost [A]you

BRIDGE:

Cause I'm [A]playing Hank Williams
of change

They poured blacktop two-lane right through the cornfields
Laid a stripe right across my back
The wheels came spinning with the wide-eyed
paying my rent every day
Oh in the tower of song
I said to hank Williams, how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
the fire
Light the fires of hope
Lost between the mountain and the sun
Caught the high emotion by the setting sun

So let's leave early, don't be late
the fire
Light the fires of hope
Lost between the mountain and the sun
Caught the high emotion by the setting sun
So let's leave early, don't be late
Written by Billy Burnette and Mentor Williams. 
There goes my baby walkin' out the door
I never cried a bigger tear before
You don't know 'til it
paying my rent every day in the tower of song

I said to Hank Williams, "How lonely does it get?"
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
paying my rent every day
Oh in the Tower of Song
I said to Hank Williams: how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him
William Butler Yeats in jeans 
Got up to play guitar and sing 
In some join in Mission Beach last night 
At the door sat Tom Waits 
In a pork pie
By William Clarke

You've got the Power
You've got the Power Ahoy

I-been to so many places not knowing just
What I'd find
I seen so many different
my rent every day in the Tower of Song

I said to Hank Williams, how lonely does it get?
Hank Williams hasn't answered yet
But I hear him coughing all
By William Clarke, Stephen Coore, K. Michael Cooper
And William Stewart

(Chorus)
Ah moving up (we're coming together)
Jah, Jah Children them