"Ease Your Mind" as written by and Alan Charles Lancaster....
I'm gonna ease your mind, I'm gonna write a line
And write a letter to you
I'm gonna let you know that I'll be coming home
And make it better with you
I sang a sad lullaby
I left you all alone to cry
Well I need you, oh my
Just to sing a lullaby
It won't be very long before I right my wrongs
And make it better with you
It's such a crying shame I had to break away
To find the same old road
But now I'm getting wise, and I've realized
That that's a the way that it goes
So put a smile upon your face
Let me know I've found my place
We've got no time to waste
'Cos all the time for heaven's late
Now don't you be afraid, it's gonna be the same
I'll make it better with you
I'm gonna ease your mind, I'm gonna write a line
And write a letter to you
I'm gonna let you know that I'll be coming home
And make it better with you
I sang a sad lullaby
I left you all alone to cry
Well I need you, oh my
Just to sing a lullaby
It won't be very long before I right my wrongs
And make it better with you


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"Ease Your Mind" as written by Alan Charles Lancaster

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