Thunderbuck Ram

Album: Mad Shadows (1970)
  • (transcribed by steve norgrove, jim madden, et al)

    Will there come a time when sorrow's hard to find
    And all those nursery rhymes will find a meaning
    There's got to be a change, thoughts to rearrange
    Does it seem so strange to try redeeming

    Only time will show if the unrelenting blow
    That's cast from down below does strike the ceiling
    Life must still go on whatever's right or wrong
    Realise what's gone and was never healing
    Writer/s: MICHAEL GEOFFREY RALPHS
    Publisher: DELLA MUSIC PUBLISHING, LLC
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