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Watching It Go Lyrics

Artist: Bill Anderson
Album: Don't She Look Good

It seems that I'm spendin' most of my life
Spendin' ten cents while I'm makin' a dime
Tryin' to make sense out of life's mixed up rhyme meantime I'm watching it go
Clouds in my head they keep crowding my brain
Fair weather thoughts disappear with the rain
I'm chasing rainbows that never remain helplessly watching life go
Watching it go wanting to know where do you go where you've been
[ strings ]
Poor Cinderella she's bowing her head
Tellin' some stranger what a hard life she's led
Glass slippers fast asleep under the bed sadly I'm watching her go
Prince charming dressed in disarming disguise
Flashin' his charms as he's blinding her eyes
Morning will hear him say his sunshine goodbye just the way I used to go
Watching it go wanting to know where do you go where you've been
[ strings ]
My Lord it seems I've tried so many things
Walking on crutches and calling them wings
Wondering who's pulling the puppeteer's strings hmm I'm wantin' to know
I feel so confined I keep wanting to roam looking for a life that won't be so alone
Singing in my soul Lord I want to go home knowin' I never can go
Watching it go wanting to know where do you go when you've been
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