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alexthomasdavis – Far Out And Gone lyrics

Sometimes it's hard to get along
Hmmm mmm
Especially if you're far out and gone
And I know it's hard for you hmmm mmm
And I know it's hard for me too hmmm mmm
Sometimes you're better off dead
Than entertaining the things in your head

And I know that everyone dies
But not everyone lives

And when your feet crash on the ground hmmm mmm
You don't really hear the sound hmmm mmm
And I know it's hard for you hmmm mmm
And I know it's hard for me too hmmm mmm
And when your head is pounding hmmm mmm
And joys not overbounding hmmm mmm
And I know it's hard for you hmmm mmm
And I know it's hard for me too hmmm mmm



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    alexthomasdavisFeb 27, 2014 at 8:24 am
    I know that everyone dies, but not everyone lives. I heard this phrase a couple of times and thought it was so great I had to put it into a song. The song was written for my mate who had just lost his mum..far out and gone is the best way to describe that time

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