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Skipping rocks across the creek
Tasting something good to eat
Feeling grass on my bare feet
And talking to a friend

Walking down a railroad track
With the wind against my back
All the things I'll never do again

Here I am behind the wall
All alone and there ain't no way out
Paying for the things I've done
And all I have is time to think about
All the things I'll never do again

Putting in a hard days work
Going fishing after church
Loving her so much it hurts
And crying now and then

Laying down for a good night sleep
Making love so soft and sweet
All the things I'll never do again

Here I am behind the wall
All alone and there ain't no way out
Paying for the things I've done
And all I have is time to think about
All the things I'll never do again

Warden says, "Any last requests?"
I swallow hard and take one deep breath
Things I'll never do again



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