"Take Me To The Town" as written by Harvey Jay Mason, James Edward Ii Fauntleroy, Steven L. Russell, Christopher Maurice Brown, Lamar Edwards and Damon E. Thomas....
I'm gone, gone and going. Pay the way with change
I had to leave I was talking strange
Won't be back soon, so please don't wait for me
Love all the same, all the same and more

You've gotta' come get me or someone will take me, I'm wasting away to bone
You know I'm barely a burden and my arms have been hurting, a wandering man stuck home.
Take me to the town I can, I can miss
Take me to the town I can, I can miss

Another wasted day, another dead end place, another push away (push away)
There's gas on my shoes, blood in my veins
I'm fuming and wide eyed for feeling estranged
I say it's not for nothing, not for nothing
Another war to wage, to wage

It sinks like bricks, it lives like lions
It sinks like bricks from hollowed houses, hammered on, whittled down
It lives like lions before they pounce with hairs on end, tightly wound

It sinks like bricks from hollowed houses worn down
Worn down, worn down (take me to the town)
You've gotta' come get me or someone will take me, I'm wasting away to bone
Cause I'm worn down, worn down (take me to the town)


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