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Jun 23
Friday
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    "It's a matter of waiting to see what comes my way.

If there's an opportunity to continue with music

I'll be grabbing it with both hands."
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He was born an only child

In Nineteen thirty- four

Raised in a house full of love

Whatever he touched seemed to turn right into gold

But his real wealth was down in his soul

His real wealth was down there, deep down in his soul


A short while later a girl was born

Pretty as a flower

But tough like granite stone

Just like her dad she demanded your best

Just like her mum she could love you to death

Just like her mum, she would love you to death


And these two strangers

They came together

Loved each other

Through stormy weather

And here they are now

It’s a lifetime later

They’re still together

There’s nothing greater


Like a ray of sun she arrived sixty one

First child of three, but she was one in a million

Married in cream, the start of shattered dreams

She was livin’ proof, things aren’t always how they seem

My little Dooke- if I had a time machine


Bitter and sweet

Some folks just shatter

If they forget to remember the latter,

We are blood and that’s, thicker than water

We are the stranger’s sons and daughter


Four years before me, in Nineteen sixty- three

A boy was born and a great friend he would be

Stubborn as a mule, but under his skin

Just like his mum, he would die for his kin

Just like his mum he would die for his kin


And these two strangers

Came together

Loved each other

Through stormy weather

And here they are now

Well it’s a lifetime later

Still together

There’s nothing greater

Than love

Oh than love

Than love

 

 
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