Integrity Blues

Album: Integrity Blues (2016)
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  • I wish I could hold
    I wish I could touch
    But a fool just wants and wants
    It's all what you do when no one cares
    No one's chasing you
    No one's making you
    Spend lonely nights poisoned through and through
    It's all what you do when no one is there
    It's all what you do when no one cares

    I get lost and think
    Lose myself to dreams
    The world moves anyway
    The world will have it's say
    Lord, I'm wondering if what you're telling me
    Is I've got work to do
    Yes, I've got work to do

    I wish I could hold
    I wish I could touch
    But a fool just wants and wants and wants and wants
    All what you do when no one is there
    It's all what you do when no one cares

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