"The Size of a Cow" as written by Malcolm Roy Treece, Martin Richard Gilks, Miles Stephen Hunt, Robert Jones, Martin Bell and Paul Clifford....

Don't you think it's funny that nothing's what it
seems when you're not looking forward?
Me, I'd like to think life is like a drink,
and I'm hoping that it tastes like bourbon.
You know that I've been drunk a thousand times,
and these should be the best days of my life,
Life, it's not what I thought it was.
Damn blast, look at my past,
ripping up my feet over broken glass.
Oh wow, look at me now,
I'm building up my problems to the size of a cow.
You know it would be strange to life life in a cage,
and only believe the things you see
that are written on the page.
How easy would it be home in time for tea,
and stop feeling like a sailboat rocking on the sea.
You know that It's been sunk a thousand times,
and these should be the best days...


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