"East from West" as written by and Denison Stuart Witmer....
Skipping like a stone,
Across the bluest pools of what I know.
Don't know where to go.
Each one leaves a mark,
Circles through the dark and sinks into
The place I need you most.

As far as the east from the west they say.
I should know my east from west I know.
As far as the east from the west they say.
And I am only human anyway.

Now for all your cares,
Put them in the air that I breathe in
Until you tell me "no".
And for the smallest hands,
Put them in my hand and I walk on
Until you say "let go".


As far as the east from the west they say.
I should know my east from west I know.
As far as the east from the west they say.
And I am only human anyway.

I am only human anyway.


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"East from West" as written by Denison Stuart Witmer

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