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Album: Homegrown (2020)
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  • Darlin', the door is open
    To my heart and I've been hopin'
    That you won't be the one
    To struggle with the key
    We got lots of time
    To get together if we try

    The waitin' time is over
    No man sees around the corner
    Walkin' in the rain and comin' home dry
    There's something missin' there
    It's easier to care and try

    And I try to wash my hands (ooh)
    And I try to make amends (ooh)
    And I try to count my friends (ooh)

    Ooh, ooh (ooh, ooh)
    Ooh, ooh (ooh, ooh)
    Ooh, ooh (ooh, ooh)

    I'd like to take a chance
    But shit, mary, I can't dance
    So here's to lookin' up your old address
    Golly, what a mess
    We gotta take the rest and try

    We got lots of time
    To get together if we try
    We got lots of time
    To get together if we try
    (Ooh, ooh) Writer/s: Neil Young
    Publisher: Silver Fiddle, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
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