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Ray Allan James – A Statue Of You And Me lyrics
I once saw A man who had A plan,
Standing tall with dignity.
In the rain – on A train,
Fancy as he had stood – seemingly,
Celebrating, deligating, accomodating.

I had personally called him paul
He had taken the primaries
As A contemporary
Fancy free stood he celebrating,
Delegating and accomodating

Oh I could hear em say
I am the rock of freedom and liberty
The more I stood and looked
The greater I felt
This man standing in victory
Had been A contemporary

Oh how the world had looked upon him
In the rain on A train
Possibly on A plane
Fancy as he had stood
Celebrating, delegating and accomodating

Freedom had run;
No more slaves
No more hate
In his hands he had kept the plans
I bring you love

Fancy as he stood
Seemingly looking at me
He had the hands of paul
But his real name was
Kept A mystery

A feeling of warmth
A feeling of truth
He was truly A model
For others to see
A tall man of love and dignity
As you can see

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