"All the Soft Places to Fall" as written by and Williams....
Most of my lfe I've been runnin' around
Playin' and havin' a ball
And maybe I've been on a party too long
These mem'ries are fond to recall
You see we've got this thing
About women smokin' and good alcohol
Now I'm lookin' for a homelife
And clean smellin' sheets
And all the soft places to fall

The women we've known have been many
But they don't understand us at all
Though we've spent many a long hours
Hopin' some old love would call
Surely somebody somewhere still wants us
Or don't nobody wants us at all
We're lookin' for a homelife
And clean smellin' sheets
And all the soft places to fall

Most of our lives we've been outlaws
Slept with our backs to the wall
I'm a rambler I'm a seeker
And we're gettin' weaker
A whole lot more likely to fall
We're tired of the rocks and brambles
Those barbed wire fences and all
We're lookin' for a homelife
And clean smellin' sheets
And all the soft places to fall

Most of our lives we've been outlaws
Slept with our backs to the wall
I'm a rambler I'm a seeker
And we're gettin' weaker
A whole lot more likely to fall
We're tired of the rocks and brambles
Those barbed wire fences and all
We're lookin' for a homelife
And clean smellin' sheets
And all the soft places to fall


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