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Seals & Crofts – My Fair Share lyrics

(lyrics by Paul Williams; music by Charles Fox, 1977)
From the albums ONE ON ONE (1977) and THE SEALS & CROFTS COLLECTION (1979).
Lost, lost as a child's first thought [?]. I must have arms to hold me.
Lost without love and care. I must have my fair share.
There, there is a changing word. But here is an honored promise.
Justice if you're still there. I will have my fair share.
Justice is a lady. Lay me down with justice in a long white gown.
With a breath of love, we can share.
Share, sleep with me if you dare. Celebrate my fair share.
There, there is a changing word. There is an honored promise.
Justice if you're still there. I will have my fair share.
Justice is a lady. Lay me down with justice in a long white gown.
With a breath of love, we can share.
Share, sleep with me if you dare. Celebrate my fair share.



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