Tomorrow Left To Live

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    Darcy

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    Words for folk songs. It's not really done.

    A few years down, a few to go
    It makes no difference anymore
    We tore down the wall, our crown of thorns
    Let ring the heart in all the words we slurred
    So pray you won't forget
    'Cause there's an awful lot of miles ahead
    And make the gears all shift
    I've still tomorrow left to live

    It's all I need out on the road
    And all I am back here at home
    Transistor radio, my fretted soul
    The night's drive and a place to go
    I've got faith in what we've done
    With odds a hundred ten to one
    So dare them to resist
    You've still tomorrow left to live

    Now where will you go if you're dropping your anchor?
    You can't stay in chains through the rouge waves and distant shores
    Every restless voice tells a different roving story
    And brother I'll drink to yours if you'll fill the glass for me

    So take the first train out of town
    Be everywhere, be homeward bound
    Just know that home is not a place
    That you can find without a desperate chase
    A labor of love
    That second guessing never really was
    Spare no sweat for this
    We've still tomorrow left to live
     
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    Arhaz

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    a very comforting poem. thank you, personally.
     
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    marijaLPnarkos

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    Purifying mind... Folk? I tripped U2-ish sound or something...
     
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    Darcy

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    Thanks guys. Not U2-ish at all. Rebel folk. But I'm glad you liked it! Thanks for reading.
     

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