A Year

Album: Piledriver (1972)
  • Standing by the wayside, begging for a ride
    I been waiting so long, a year has gone
    Look at all the people, strangers every one
    I've been looking so long, a year has gone

    You were all I lived for, I guess my life is through
    I've been living so long, a year has gone
    Lonely Sunday morning, rest in peace, my love
    You been sleeping so long, a year has gone

    How could I ever start to tell you
    The end is almost here?
    The song of love is riding in my ears
    Playing loud, playing clear
    The song will never change
    The memory will always be so near

    Standing by the wayside, begging for a ride
    I been waiting so long, a year has gone
    Look at all the people, strangers every one
    I've been looking so long, a year has goneWriter/s: CHARLES LANCASTER ALAN, BERNIE FROST
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