This union is soldered by wishes and dreams.
I feel from the strength of the floor for the seam
That folks with a passion the whispers and tears
And the fists full of doubts wrap round bottles of beer

Shouldn't you be dancing
Shouldn't I make rhymes
There's music all around us
In this conundrum of time
But there's so many notes now
Please find a tune
Please find the harmony
Please find it soon

Well the bucket hits rocks at a foot of the well
But they're opening up down at the Hotel
And there at the bar there is some sort of truce
Well I think that I get lucid but you say that I get loose.

But shouldn't you be dancing
Shouldn't I make rhymes
There's music all around us
In this conundrum of time
But there's so many notes now
Please find a tune
Please find the harmony
Please find it soon

You mimic my poem so I oafishly dance
Between chairs and tables there's the breaking of glass
As I call you a flirt, and then you call me a fake
We're both prisoners of love in this war that we make

Shouldn't you be dancing
Shouldn't I make rhymes
There's music all around us
In this conundrum of time
But there's so many notes now
Please find a tune
Please find the harmony
Please find it soon

As we grumble back home as we tumble upstairs
The sheep in distress, obsticles sends up flares.

Shouldn't you be dancing
Shouldn't I make rhymes
There's music all around us
In this conundrum of time
But there's so many notes now
Please find a tune
Please find the harmony
Please find it soon


Lyrics submitted by ralph mctell

Conundrum of Time song meanings
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