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I Wish You Well Lyrics

Artist: Tom Cochrane
Album: Ragged Ass Road

I'm gonna check my scars at home
Gonna cash my chips and roam
Gonna walk before I fade to black
I'm gonna write a new resume
I'm gonna write you off the page
I'm gonna take what we might take away
And you will find a brighter day
And in another year
The pain will disappear and I
Will look back on this life as if it were a scene
In a film somebody made for you and me
I wish you well
She wants to be set free
Wants the space to feel love
And be angry and I watch her bounce off the walls
While the chips they start to fall
And then in a little while I see
That distant smile returning
Just like a ghost in a dream
That we had way back when
Then she'll turn and smile and say
Come again

And in another year
The pain will disappear
We'll look back on this life as if it were a scene
In a film somebody made about you and me
I cannot believe there's
nothing left to save
Hard as a hammer she wants me
To come again and again
I'm down on my knees
Won't you come again
Don't you need relief oh

And in another year
The pain will disappear
And I will look back on this life
As if it were a scene
And in a little while
I'll see that distant smile returning
Just like back in the days
When we were so naive
In a film somebody made for you and me

I wish you well
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