Child For A Day
(Words and Music by David Gordon and Paul Travis) I was a child Who ran full of laughter I was a child who lived for today My eyes full of sunshine My heart full of smiles I was a child for a day We were the children Who sang in the morning We were the
People polishing guns They’ve got nothing better to do Though they think they’re having fun They’re just living to die, if they but knew Now, now All day long they sit at home Waiting for the milk to come Watch them turn into stone Thinking ‘bout the things they might have done, Now, now You
Other people come and go They try to make it through I have to smile and tell them, no ‘Cause I only care for you I only care for you Yes, you are my sweet, sweet Jamaica Country mama, brown country girl When you touch me I – I feel so tall If you let
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