"The Wondering" as written by and Todd Rundgren....
Life is always strange
You just get used to it
Once in a while something reminds you
Then your forget about it

It's all over
Heard it at the coffee shop
And on the radio
It's all over
Talkin' at the trolley stop
And everywhere I go

It's all over
All of the suffering
It's all over
All of the other things
I know it's all over now
But for the wondering

For wondering, for wondering
For wondering

You can change our minds
What's the use of it?
If there's a thing we haven't tried
Too tired to think about it

It's all over
I can't pick up the telephone
Somebody wants to know
It's all over
Thing that never can be known
A place we'll never go

It's all over
No more imagining
It's all over
Is that a tragic thing?
I know it's all over now
But for the wondering

For wondering, for wondering
For wondering, but for the wondering
For wondering, for wondering
For wondering

Life is always strange
Life is always strange
You just get used to it
Life is always strange
You just get used to it

Life is always strange
Life is always strange
You just get used to it
Life is always strange
Life is always strange
You just get used to it

Life is always strange
Life is always strange
You just get used to it
You just get used to it
You just get used to it
You just get used to it

It's all over
All of the suffering
It's all over
All of the other things
It's all over
No more imagining
I know it's all over now

For wondering, but for the wondering
For wondering, for wondering
For wondering, but for the wondering

For wondering, for wondering
For wondering, but for the wondering
For wondering, for wondering
For wondering, but for the wondering

For wondering, for wondering
For wondering, but for the wondering




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"Wondering" as written by Todd Rundgren

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