"Ballad of Paul and Sheila" as written by and Mason Stewart Jennings....
October morning, little plane on the forest floor
Up on the TV between a rerun and another war
Here in a hotel, trying to make some sense of this
Two thousand miles from my family in Minneapolis

Hey Senator, I wanna say
All the things you fought for did not die here today
Hey Senator, I'm gonna do
All the things I can to live my life more like you lived

A story of a love undivided for thirty nine years
Strong when it counted through the hard times and the fears
Together forever, that was always what it was about
No hesitation, there was never any doubt

Hey, hey, Sheila, I want to say
All the things you fought for did not die here today
Hey, hey, Sheila, I'm gonna do
All the things I can to live my life more like you lived

Hey Senator, I wanna say
All the things you fought for did not die here today
Hey, hey, Sheila, I'm gonna do
All the things I can to live my life more like you lived



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"Ballad of Paul and Sheila" as written by Mason Stewart Jennings

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