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Life On Doubtin' lyrics

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Andrew Duncan Brown – Life On Doubtin' lyrics

Well I spend my life on doubtin'
Spend my time on the rope
And I've learned I'm scared of those things that help me grow
So I took myself to the liquor store
And I drove my heart to the dump
So I drank those sauced up nights and down I go
I was walkin' up to my getaway van
Out the faded window of a faded man
And I was shaken' and I was beaten' and I was fightin' my soul
Cause' I been drivin' to where I don't know
So I go to sleep for dreamin' and I stay awake to forget
And I shut my eyes and reap what I sow
So I spend my life on doubtin'
And I spend my time on the ropes
And I've learned I'm scared of those things that been a helpin' me grow
So I go to sleep to dream
I stay awake to forget
I been shutting my eyes and reaping just what I sow
So I was walkin up to my getaway van
I've been out the faded window of a very faded man
And I was shaken. I was beaten, and I been fightin' my soul
And I been drivin' to where I just don't know



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