"Country Song" as written by and Richard / Ashcroft....
Dying is easy
It's what I'm living for
I heard a beggar
As he wept on my floor

These days I just cant find my ground
No one seems to see me as I'm walking around

Cause in these times there's no surprise
I don't need to fantasise
It's all here in my mind

Some days I'm fine
Nothing on my mind
Some days are ok
Only when I'm high

Love, life, happiness
Nothing more nothing else
Love, life, happiness
Nothing more no regrets
Love, life, happiness
Nothing more nothing else
Love, life, happiness
Nothing more no regrets

These are my times
These are my lives

Cause dying is easy
It's what I'm living for
I heard a beggar as he wept on my floor

Time, these are my times
These are my lives
These are my times

In these eyes there's one surprise
We don't need to fantasise
It's all here in our minds

Some days I'm fine
Nothing on my mind
Some days are ok
But I don't think that's right
Some days are ok
But only when I'm high
Some days are ok
But only when I'm high
Only when I'm high
These are my times

Oh Come on
These are my times

Tick tock goes another one, yeah
Tick tock goes another one
Tick tock there's another one
Another soul gone
Tick tock there's another one gone
Another soul gone


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    General CommentNo idea why its Called "Country Song"
    Has no correlation to the lyrics of the song.

    I think its about finding yourself, finding what you want in life:
    "Some days I'm fine
    Nothing on my mind
    Some days are ok
    Only when I'm high"

    "Love, Life Happiness,
    nothing more,
    nothing else"

    ...and trying to change because of your goals:

    "These days I just cant find my ground
    No one seems to see me as I'm walking around" /
    "I don't need to fantasise
    It's all here in my mind"

    Great song, Ashcroft & McCabe are dynamite together.
    TheOne135on January 23, 2009   Link

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