"Haywire" as written by and Peter F Stuart....
We used to live so bright
We used to shine, she said
Now you just work all day,
And I just stay in bed
Dreaming of singing another song,
And dreaming of flying
Knowing it can't, it won't be long
Before I just float away

I come from the cradle,
I'm going to the grave
Like everybody else has
I made the same old sins,
Made the same mistakes
As everybody else has
And I'm going haywire

Count me out of
Your prized possessions
And watch me smiling
Cut me down with
Your best intentions
And listen to me laughing

I come from the cradle,
I'm going to the grave
Like everybody else has
I've made the same old sins,
Made the same mistakes
As everybody else has
I'm going haywire
Hey, why not
I'm going haywire
What do I have to lose?

Drop my clothes
In the closest ocean
And set me sailing
You don't have to tell me
Where I'm going
Just please don't make me stay
I'm going haywire
Hey, why not
I'm going haywire
What do I have to lose?


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"Haywire" as written by Peter F Stuart

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