I have been everywhere the grass is green
I have seen all there is to see
And though they tried to change my mind
To show me all the happiness of life
I could not see what I might have been or was meant to be

I'd love to believe there was something for me
Where we could just live like living could be

I have been everywhere the rainbow ends
I have heard every word as it is said and said again
And though they tried to give me sight
All I have seen is artificial light
Fluorescent glow, in a lip-synched show with soft eyes

I want to be everywhere the grass is green
I want to see all there is to see
Take my wife across the sea
Smile at everyone we meet
And try to be, try to be constantly


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    General CommentLee Bozeman: "Our anniversary trip to England and Bath in particular has become a bright memory for us, or at least I think it has."
    Michialon August 13, 2006   Link

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