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headwaters will flow
Clean through to your mouth."

In return I'll request a small sanctuary
By her banks where we will live with our small family
She
Bills are paid but it makes no difference
To the gods that seem to rule our home
Heat shut off for no known reason
This old building's got a mind
Coltrane and her cosmic strains
Still no vocal on blue black horizons

Your plasticity is tested by a formless assault
The sun can answer questions in
complaining
How little they both earn
And mother drops by Mondays
Just to nag about the world
Then she stays to nag at Dallas
`Cause she hates those Texas
can either kill or buy all that comes our way

Please your honors â?? said he â?? I'm able
By means of a secret charm, to draw
All creatures living
right by
Oh well
I guess I'll hang my tears out to dry

In the wee small hours of the morning,
While the whole wide world is fast asleep,
You lie
Father, who art in heaven, hallowed by Thy money. They kingdom come...money, They will be done...money, on Earth as it is in money. Give us this day our
He was just and old country doctor in a small Georgia town
Fame and fortune had passed him by but we never saw him frown
As day by day in his kindly
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
think.
Yeah lets have a drink,
And turn up the radio baby!

The world is a mess I feel like dancing.
Forget all about our cares for a while.
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
Oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh

You were in college, working part-time, waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk, with
the world
like the colors on Old Glory
the flag that they unfurled

Now the red was the color of the Indian man
White was the devil's who stole the land
Blue
Green and violet blue
No matter what you say no matter what you do
I want to be the one and
Love is a Sign.

I know I'll see you again
The world is
brilliant minds.
It's being asked by every body from Obama, to Glenn Beck.
They all want to know why there's a warning,
on them little blue pills
When
Words by Rebecca St. James & Bill Deaton
Music by Blair Masters

You can have the money, wheel it, deel it, win it all
You can have a lot of fashion,
to the ocean,
Found a small hotel by the coast,
As we walked along the beaches of Normandy,
We came to Juno, Omaha and Gold,
And whispered a prayer for
of them too
Were ushered in by Old Doc Brown
When we made our first debut

Tho' he needed his dimes and there were times
That he'd receive a fee
He'd
You were in college working part time waitin’ tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk with a fear of fallin’
Wondering why we
You're at your job working part time waiting tables
Left a small town, never looked back
I was a flight risk with a fear of falling
Wondering why
on the line
A big shot to claim some rocks and shine
Signs of a soul gone solo
Robbed blind
A very small part of half the worlds crime
Runaway child blown by
to it all

To it all
Say goodbye to it all
Say goodbye to it all

Took a train from Paris to the ocean
Found a small hotel by the coast
As we