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Old Man Markley – Struggling lyrics

Silently you're gone
Getting up before the dawn
Backing out the driveway
Before the paper hits the lawn
The warmth of the sunrise
Is lying in your place
While you are far away

Another day of finding ways to make the hours pass
(Ways to make the hours pass)
Till the last grain in the hour glass
(Last grain in the hour glass)
Has finished keeping time

Struggling when you head back in tomorrow
And I'm left all alone
With a cup of morning sorrow
You're the best part of my day

And now the day is almost done
And I know it won't be long
Till you come back through that door
And I've got you in my arms
The sincerity of love
Felt in your warm embrace
That nothing could replace

Another day of finding ways to make the hours pass
(Ways to make the hours pass)
Till the last grain in the hour glass
(Last grain in the hour glass)
Has finished keeping time

Struggling when you head back in tomorrow
And I'm still all alone
In this home that's mostly borrowed
You've become my family

Tomorrow's twin will follow and you'll do your part
With dedication that you've displayed right from the start
Perfection is the hardest act to follow
So tomorrow wake me up before you leave

Struggling when you head back in tomorrow
And I'm still all alone
In this home that's mostly borrowed
You've become my family

Struggling when you head back in tomorrow
And I'm left all alone
With a cup of morning sorrow
You're the best part of my day



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/o/old_man_markley/struggling.html

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