"Cemetery Sideroad" as written by Gordon Downie and Gordon Sinclair....
I had heart, but I used to be older
I'm not like I used to be had you,
But I guess it's all over you talk,
But you're not like me

You talk and you talk like some weird saint
What do you think that we could taint?
When you're nothing I am and I'm something you ain't

Hold me, until the night makes colder
Tell me, how life's made you bad kick
When I choke and I smolder
When I'm not what you had

I'm looking for a cemetery side road
I'm screaming like a lighthouse lamp
I'm chasing after what I think that I'm owed
Like a french foreign legion tramp

You swim in an ocean that's storming
You eat when the wolves all do
You ache like a mother in mourning
When you're left along with you

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"Cemetery Sideroad" as written by Gordon Sinclair Gordon Downie

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