I've been trying so hard for so long now
To separate what I need from what I want
I've got a few friendly faces in so many towns
I've got a million reasons to smile and so few to frown

I don't need a thing but you and a six-string

It's been kind of hard going town to town
ever since my bicycle broke down
but tonight your smiling faces make it all worth while
because I don't need grace I don't need style

I don't need a thing but you and a six-string

When we are older
We'll lay down our lives for the forest
When we are older
We'll lay down our bodies for the mountains

I won't need a thing but you and a six-string

So put a quarter in my jukebox and I'll play you a country tune


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