"My Days" as written by and Ed Roland....
Got your sticks, got your stones
Got your ways, your means, your wants
Your needs, yeah, you is all you know

Who can learn what's wrong?
Who can learn what's right by your ways?
See, I can say I've loved
I can say I've tried in my days

Got your wish, got your dreams
Got your thoughts, your cause
Beware because nothing's as it seems

Who can learn what's wrong?
Who can learn what's right by your ways?
See, I can say I've loved
I can say I've tried in my days

Who can learn what's wrong?
Who can learn what's right by your ways?
See, I can say I've loved
I can say I've tried in my days

Try some conversation
Grab new information
Change is an indication
You can grow, you will grow

Who can learn what's wrong?
Who can learn what's right by your ways?
See, I can say I've loved
Yeah, I can say I've tried in my days

Who can learn what's wrong?
Who can learn what's right by your ways?
See, I can say I've loved
I can say I've tried, tried in my days

Yeah, have you learned? Yeah, have you learned?
Yeah, have you learned by your ways?
See, I have learned, yeah, I have learned
Yeah, I have learned in my days


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"My Days" as written by Ed Roland

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    General CommentAlong with "Understanding" probably one of the most interesting lyrical songs on the Rabbit album...and still a solid CS rock song. Ed's retaliation-turned-into-encouragement song for those who think they can judge people. "You is all you know". (considering the song "You" on this album, which i think is referring to God) i think Ed is referring to God in yourself...maybe that's a stretch but something to think about. he is living his life and doing things the way he has learned to know are right. no one but him knows. Ed is telling people to open their eyes! be more open-minded and look at things through other people's eyes "Try some conversation, Grab new information, Change is an indication". Ed's classic "rhyming" with "bigger words"", very an Ed-esque.
    gjack2211on September 19, 2009   Link

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