"Same Piece of Air" as written by and John Wesley Harding....
Yesterday we were the best of friends
Today we can't get back again
Time has crept in crevices
And patterns down the wall
We could paint over the papered cracks
Tomorrow they would all crack back
Who are we to try to stop the fall?
There's no reason to worry
There's no reason to care
There's no reason to wonder
It's not going anywhere
And we used to love to share the same piece of air

We behave like real human beings
Who eat, then wash the dishes clean
But I have held you in my arms
And tried to read your mind
And maybe baby if we both relax
The axe that grinds behind our backs
Will wear itself to nothing over time
There's no reason to worry
There's no reason to care
There's no reason to wonder
We're not going anywhere
And we used to love to share the same piece of air

We used to breathe in and out together
Every one second lasted forever

There's no reason to worry
There's no reason to care
There's no reason to wonder
We're not going anywhere
And we used to love to share the same piece of air





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"Same Piece of Air" as written by John Wesley Harding

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