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Some days, I hear breath behind me
Some dreams, leave me no room
Sometimes, I wake up walking
Humming
A stranger’s tune

What is there to say
That is the same as yesterday?

Most people ask: “How are you?”
Most times, I can’t reply
Most words are insubstantial
When measured by the eye

What is there to say
That is the same as yesterday?

I’m a different person when I wake up
Not the same person if I wake up
I’m a different person as I go up
I’m a different person
With a head that won’t
Shut up!

Everything’s coming up roses
Every dog lives for today
Every cloud has some kind of line
Who am I to look the other way?

What is there to say?
What is there that is the same

I’m a different person when I wake up
Not the same person if I wake up
I’m a different person as I go up
A different person
And sometimes I wish I could just
Shut up!

Some days I hear breath behind me
Some dreams leave me no room
Sometimes I wake up walking
Humming a stranger’s tune

What is there to say?
What is there that is the same as yesterday?
What is there that is the same as yesterday?



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