"$55" as written by and John Wesley Harding....
I'm looking for those old familiar faces
In the places I left behind
All the townsons, barnes and staces
And some good old friends of mine

Because everyone is someone
That I seem to recognize
Must be the old familiar faces
In their eyes

I'm walking down these streets that have no signposts
In a language that I know
And I never will belong here
And it's clear that one day I'll go

But when I turn the corner
There's another memory
Why don't those old familiar faces
Let me be

I used to live a life without a present
And no need to go back when
But now I see the truth so clearly
And I want it her back again

She hosts the ghosts of people
In the shadows all around
Until the old familiar faces
Fill this town

Everyday I feel the sun shine stronger
On the dark side of my heart
And people look like strangers now
That I can't tell apart

So I smile and nod politely
Like they're friends that I once knew
I've found those old familiar faces
In you


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"$55" as written by John Wesley Harding

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