I wrote this down with my finest words, my finest words
You know me well
You know I'm not a man of many words

I pulled my handkerchief our of the pocket you sewed last year
If I can say so myself I'd say this pocket's had too much use in a year

Most of my life I spent wishing
Most of my life I spent wishing
And now I guess I'll never change 'cause I'm still wishing
Only now it's for one more time around

Maybe I'll wake up in the morning
And you'll be right next to me
And we can sing one more hymn
You know I don't sing very well alone

Most of my life I spent wishing
Most of my life I spent defending
Why I don't owe nobody my affection
But now I'm here without you


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Dorothy song meanings
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