"Thinking in Ways" as written by George Bret Alexander, Michael James Naydock, Paul Andrew Smith, Jeff Feltenberger, Ron Simasek and Pete Palladino....
When I die, call this number
Unencumber yourself from the details
The whole thing's bought and paid for
The box, the viewing and one more ride

Bought a plot by some azaleas
They never fail to impress in the brochure
See me off at sunset
I hope it's glorious outside

I am thinking in ways
That I never have before
I am counting the days
That I never have before

Of course the breakfast will be dinner
Your choice of a couple of entrees
You'll meet some real characters
Some even I haven't seen in a while

I am thinking in ways
I never have before
I am counting the days
That I never have before

I need you to distribute
Everything that I have written down here
They are bits and pieces
Of all who made me what I am

Drink a few, get to know them
Don't forget to tip your waitress
Through them you'll know me better
And life is really worth a damn

I am thinking in ways
I never have before
I am counting the days
That I never have before


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"Thinking in Ways" as written by Jeff Feltenberger George Bret Alexander

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