La Collaboratione Dei Due 5

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MAN ON THE ROAD 1

I.
AS A YOUNG MAN I WAS TAUGHT MY RELIGION
EACH NIGHT WE’D SING SWEET ADELINE
MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS WOULD ROUGH AND TUMBLE

II.
MY MOTHER SHE TOLD ME THAT THE BIRDS WOULD SING
AFTER THE STORM CLOUDS PASSED AWAY
THAT THE DEEPEST VALLEY MAKES MOUNTAINS TALL

Chorus
I’M A MAN ON THE ROAD IN THE LIGHT OF DAY
I KNOW THAT PERFECTION IS OUT OF PLAY
GIVING MY ALL LIVING OUT THE DREAM
OF THE BOYS IN HEAVEN WHOSE SMILES I SEE

III.
I’VE SAILED AGAINST THE WIND…JUST AVOIDING THE DRIFT
I PAID NO HEED TO THE EASY COURSE
THE SEA CLAIMED MY SOUL MANY YEARS AGO

Chorus

Bridge
I DREAM I’M WALKING ON AN ANCIENT PATH
TO THE GARDEN OF MY PASSIONS I WATCH THEM PASS
I’VE MADE MISTAKES, TURNED THE CORNERS FAST
I WANT THIS JOURNEY OF MINE TO LAST

IV.
THE PASSAGE OF TIME NEVER HEALS THE WOUNDS OF LOSS
YET CARRY ON WE DO ‘CAUSE WE MUST
WE’LL LIGHT UP THE SKY HIGH ON FAITH AND ON TRUST

1©2009 Words and Music Steven G. Mednick/Prospect Hill Words and Music. ASCAP

 

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