One Day at a Time

Album: Last Of A Dyin' Breed (2012)
  • Angels sing and buzzards fly
    Kingdoms fall and rivers rise
    It's all the same since the sin is alive
    Some are free but we're all doing time

    One day at a time smell the roses taste the wine
    One day at a time no stop signs or red lights
    That wheel keeps turning on and on, day and night
    No one survives ain't no use in cryin'
    What ain't dead is surely dyin' one day at a time

    Money burns and good gold shines
    Dreamers dream and finders find
    World keeps spinnin' round and round
    Save our souls before it all comes down

    One day at a time smell the roses taste the wine
    One day at a time no stop signs or red lights
    That wheel keeps turning on and on, day and night
    No one survives ain't no use in cryin'
    What ain't dead is surely dyin' one day at a time

    One day at a time smell the roses taste the wine
    One day at a time no stop signs or red lights
    That wheel keeps turning on and on, day and night
    No one survives ain't no use in cryin'

    One day at a time smell the roses taste the wine
    One day at a time no stop signs or red lines
    That wheel keeps turning on and on, day and night
    No one survives ain't no use in cryin'
    What ain't dead is surely dyin' one day at a time Writer/s: JOHNNY VAN ZANT, GARY ROSSINGTON, RICKEY LYNN MEDLOCK, MARLON YOUNG
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Bluewater Music Corp., PIGFACTORY USA LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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