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Got the itch, gotta scratch
Man there's just one catch
2 a.m. ain't good enough for me 

If you want to know the score
When you're steppin' out
Got the itch, gotta scratch
Man there's just one catch
2 a.m. ain't good enough for me 

If you want to know the score
When you're steppin' out
the common
Just to watch them talk take Philip Schuyler the man is loaded
Uh oh, but little does he know that His daughters, Peggy, Angelica, Eliza
Sneak
rain
Sure enough it rained that Saturday
"Give me three, four, five, six Main
Nellie dear, prepare I'm on my way"
When he rang the front door bell
rain
Sure enough it rained that Saturday
"Give me three, four, five, six Main
Nellie dear, prepare I'm on my way"
When he rang the front door bell
boogie woogie too.
Let me rock it for you now!

Hey go hey hey in other words by the bar 
and drink corn liquor from an old fruit jar
That's what it's
As I look at the morning sky
Today the wind is blowing hard
See that bird has flown too high
Pretty soon it will be tired
I spent a day all by
.
Swimming by default against the tide.
Through the sea.
Oh, Anna Lee.

I can no longer pretend life is not in real time.
I am vibrating the air just for
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee
enough
I'll be there soon enough

Hey don't wait for me there
Just find your own way
Hey don't wait for me there
'Cause I'll be there soon enough
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee
back by the railroad track
When I heard the preacher sayin'
"Betty La Rue, you know, the trouble with you
Is you never spent enough time prayin'"
Soon the pines will be falling everywhere
Village children fight each other for a share
And the 6:09 goes roaring past the creek
Deacon Lee prepares
I had disengaged to avoid being totaled 
I would run away and say good riddance soon enough 
I had grown disgusted by your small-minded ceiling
Born just south of Knoxville to a family both humble and poor
Never asked for anything at the early age of ten delivered newspapers door to door
Then
you will set me free,
I surely will always be ruled by thee,
And I'll labour my bones for the good of my soul,
See myself miles out of Limbo.

Then
Well I rehearsed for the verse and I'm number one
Not the best, not the worst, cause my name is Run
And I'm second cause I wreck it, that you want
Oracle: The Dream
Words by Neil Peart, Music by Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson 

"I guess it was a dream, but even now it all seems so
Vivid to me. Clearly
I need is you, baby,
All I want is your loving,
Come on, girl, cause you give me.

Uh, something about the way you move for me
It may be too
Today we tell the prisoners
That soon you will be free
Don't no one take this microphone from me

And while I'm up here honey
I got a message for you
I
ours, caught in ghetto tragedy
I talk to my aunt named Mattie Lee
And recognize the importance of family
Hand me a joint, good music, and room to breathe
Unconceivable, unbelievable
Grammar like a hammer information receivable
Sent by the Lord, here and abroad
with words well adored now they can't
And now it's late in the autumn, the leaves line the bend. It's a beautiful day for the first snow to land, and so it's landing on me and on Jeremy Lee who
Born just south of Knoxville to a family both humble and poor
Never asked for anything at the early age of ten delivered newspapers door to door
Then
(Long enough to hold on)

Young enough to chase our dreams
We were captured by romantic things
Touched by love until it made us cry
How our hearts