What I'd give to be you for an hour or two
oh tell me a story of fortune and glory things I
never knew for I am the hungry and I am the
poor I've got one foot outside where the
world is alive and the other foot nailed to
the floor but it's always the one with the
terrible past who surprises me most
who puts himself last - five nights in hell and
a forty day fast I remember her well tho
I don't know her name her touch was a
river so cold made me shiver and shake with
disdain and I'll never know why you chose me to
haunt but I'll say what I can hoping you'll under-
stand that it's not you I want.

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Buckdance song meanings
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