We can talk about it now It's the same old riddle, only starting from the middle I'd fix it but I don't know how Well, we could try to reason, but you might think it treason One voice for all, echoing along the hall Don't give up on Father Clock We can talk about it now
Come, let me show you how To keep the wheels turning, you've got to keep the engine churning But did you ever milk a cow I had the chance one day, but I was all dressed up for Sunday Everybody, everywhere, do you really care Well then, pick up your heads and walk We can talk about it now
It seems to me we've been holding something Underneath our tongues I'm afraid if you ever got a pat on the back It would likely burst your lungs Stop me if I should sound kinda down in the mouth But I'd rather be burned in Canada than to freeze here in the South
Moving that eternal plow We've got to find a sharper blade, or have a new one made Rest awhile and cool your brow Don't you see there's no need to slave, the whip is in the grave No sulfur, no trance, it's safe now to take a backward glance Because the flames have turned to chalk We can talk about it now
Writer/s: Richard Manuel
Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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Wyatt from Winthrop, Wai think it is a pretty good song, one of their best ones.
Kevin from Reading , PaI challenge anyone to name a band with three lead singers as talented Manuel, Danko and Helm. I can only think of The Beatles, and even there, I'm not so sure Harrison would hold up, mainly because they just didn't let him sing too man leads.
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