"Wishing Well" as written by John Douglas Bundrick, Simon Frederick St. George Kirke, Paul Francis Kossoff, Paul Bernard Rodgers and Tetsu Yamauchi....
Take off your hat, kick off your shoes
No, you're not going anywhere
Run around the town, singing your blues
No, you're not going anywhere

You've always been a good friend of mine
And you always said farewell
But the only time that you're satisfied is
When your feet's in the wishing well

Throw down your gun, you might shoot yourself
Or is that what you're trying to do
Put up a fight you believe to be right
Someday the sun will shine through

You've always got something to hide,
Something you just can't tell
And the only time that you're satisfied is
When your feet's in the wishing well

And I know what you're wishing for
Love in a peaceful world
Love in a peaceful world
Love in a peaceful world

You've always been a good friend of mine
And you always said farewell
And the only time that you're satisfied is
When your feet's in the wishing well
Wishing well
Wishing well
Yeah


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"Wishing Well" as written by Paul Kossoff John D Bundrick

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