I wonder was I born to be your man
I know something about your suffering
And I wonder was I born to break your heart in the end
But if I leave you now I know
I will regret it now I know
And you won't be granting me passage though your door anymore
No you cannot keep me out, you can't ever keep me out
You change the locks I'll just be breaking on down your wall

All the way your cigarette calls,
there's no smoking inside these halls
Don't believe me read the sign on the wall
Commandeer me to your captain, I was born to play the part
Commandeer me to your galley, Commandeer me to your arms

I wonder was I born to lead them on
would they follow me to until the dawn,
would they follow me on, to the end, to the end

And if you call me love, I'll be here if not in your arms then in your heart I will appear,
like cutting rivers that's just easy through the years
Sweet n' low now how you cry I walk about to dry your eyes
I remember the way your uncle died and it haunts me in the night
All the blood is your memory, you can't escape it now won't you please
You're still sleeping in the bed you were born in
I pray my best now and again not to repeat what I have read
And I wonder was I born to follow you to the end,

to the end, to the end, to the end, to the end, to the end, to the end...


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