So Many Things To Say

Album: Wishbone Four (1973)
  • You want me to go and steal
    A million dollars
    You make me fight an army
    Win and get away
    I've got so many things to tell you
    I've got so many things to say
    You expect me to lay the crown
    Jewels at your feet
    Pour upon you gold and
    Silver too
    Nasty things that you ran away from
    Will catch you up again
    Heroes that you try to be like
    Will make you feel your pain
    There'll you sit alone and lonely
    Everything'll turn gray
    You try to figure out the high
    Life came and made you insane
    You want me to go out and steal
    A million dollars
    I got to hold everybody off
    While you get away
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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Comments: 1

  • Tim from Apex, NcGotta say I never once considered this a throw away track...actually for me it is quite the opposite!
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