"Life Floats By" as written by and Gary Michael/perlman Louris....
Abuse me and confuse me
But never, never, never use me
You leave me so tired
So utterly uninspired
Thunder Bay was a drag, baby
Thunder Bay was a drag, baby
Upon the gravel and the dust
If I don't move I will rust
You're a faint recurring melody
I can't seem to recall
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you
The sun shines off the power lines
And the trees they wave me on
There's a black cloud of happiness
I can't finish what I've begun
We hit Duluth on a jag, baby
We hit Duluth on a jag, baby
I grab my coat, my hat and my paperback
From the corner of my eyes, I see you smile
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you
I hear what they're saying
There's no use in praying
So I'll just slip away
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you
In my mind, in my soul
I never really loved you


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"Life Floats By" as written by Gary Michael Louris Gary Louris

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