"One Of These Days" as written by and Paul Mccartney....
One of these days
When my feet are on the ground
I'm gonna look around and see

See what's right, see what's there
And breathe fresh air, ever after

One of these days
When a job just takes too long
I'm gonna sing my song and see

See what's right, see what's there
And breathe fresh air, ever after

It's there, it's round
It's to be found
By you, by me
It's all we ever wanted to be

One of these days
When we both are at our ease
When you've got time to please, yourself

See what's right and see what's there
And breathe fresh air, ever after

It's there, it's round
It's to be found
By you, by me
It's all we ever wanted to see

One of these days
When my feet are on the ground
I'm gonna look around and see
See what's right and see what's there
And breathe fresh air, ever after, ever after
Breathe fresh air, ever after


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"One of These Days" as written by Paul Mccartney

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    General CommentI think this is one of those songs that is a plea to John Lennon to write songs with him again. "It's their, it's round, it's to be found, by you, by me, it's all we ever wanted to be". What's he talking about? The Beatle magic! Paul Lennon and McCartney ever wanted to be was the Goffin and King of music in their time who when they were together they surpassed stupendously. That's my take.
    FLYINLIONon February 10, 2013   Link

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