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Somewhere down past Roosterspur bridge
Perhaps just a trick of the light
I thought I heard the sweetest guitar
Was It a rock and roll jesus

Sometimes I think
I think I understand
The fear in the boy
The fire in the man
Sometimes I watch
The wonder in your eyes
That and you leaving
I have memorized
That and you leaving
I have memorized

Drove all night through Sliding Rock Falls
Thinking I'd find something that we'd lost
Can't remember when you stopped laughing
Or when I stopped wanting to win

Sometimes I think
I think I understand
The fear in the boy
The fire in the man
Sometimes I watch
The wonder in your eyes
That and you leaving

I have memorized
Do you even see me now
Do you think of us still
Do I always read things in
Before a day's deliverance
On Roosterspur bridge

Sometimes I think
I think I understand
The fear in the boy
The fire in the man
Sometimes I watch
The wonder in your eyes
That and you leaving
I have memorized
That and you leaving
That and you leaving
I have memorized



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