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Well, things have been goin' wrong long enough to know
When everything's just right
I've been walking in the dark long enough to know when
I've finally seen the light
I've been losing long enough to know when I finally have
Won
And even the blind man can tell when he's walking in the
Sun.

Well, I've cried enough tears to recognize this feeling
Of a smile
I've been bottom rung long enough to know when I'm doing
It in style
I've been running long enough to know when there's no

More need to run
(O Lord) Even the blind man can tell when he's walking in
The sun.

The wind is at my back and I'm sailing on a ship long
Overdue
I've blown so many chances, I ain't gonna blow this one
With you
And I've seen enough bad times to know when the good
Times have begun
O Lord - Even the blind man can tell when he's walking in
The sun

(Oh yeah) Even the blind man can tell when he's walking
In the su



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