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Spent the morning - unaware
Spent the daytime - didn't care
Spent the evening - drawing breath
Spent the nightime - fearing death
One more down some more to go
Then I'll know or I won't know
If all the songs I hear you sing
Are everything or anything
Saw a picture I didn't know
of a football game played 50 years ago
You see the jersey's being worn so proud
But look behind them, look up at the crowd
A sea of heads pointing right up to the sky
Some of them are still with us and some of them have died
I think the one's who've left are still with us aswell
Cause I can hear them when the voices start to swell
One more down some more to go
Then I'll know or I won't know
If all the songs I hear you sing
Are everything or anything
Well I hear you, I don't see you
Yes I hear you but I don't see you
But it won't be long till I'm gone
And then I'll know if my ears or eyes are wrong
Spent the morning - unaware
Spend the daytime - didn't care
Spent the evening - drawing breath
Spent the nightime - fearing death
One more down some more to go
Then I'll know or I won't know
If all the songs I hear you sing
Are everything or anything
One more down some more to go
Then I'll know or I won't know
If all the songs I hear you sing
Are everything or anything



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