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David Crosby – Taken At All lyrics

Words & music by Graham Nash and David Crosby
© 1976 Thin Ice Music (Ascap) & Staysail Music (Bmi)
Used by permission. All rights reserved.

This is me
Can you take another look
Did I see you looking blindly at your book
Is it all that you thought, that you thought it took
Can it be taken, taken at all
Were you looking for signs along the way
Can you see by your lonely light of day
Is this road really the only way
Can this road be taken, taken at all
We lost it on the highway
Down the dotted line
You were going your way
I was going mine
We lost it on the highway
Things are out of sight
You were going your way
Trying to make a light along the way
Can you see by your lonely light of day
Is this road really the only way
Can this road be taken, taken at all
Can this road be taken, taken at all



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