"I Believe in the Good of Life" as written by and Eric Patrick Clapton....
I believe in the good of life as I kneel for a taste of man
I believe in the taste of wine as I do not step on a land mine

I believe in the good of life as I kneel for a taste of man
I believe in the taste of wine as I do not step on a land mine

I'll testify on the word of a radio that I dream of the fate of democracy, as I flee on my bike from the crimes we made, and that I did not do those drugs or steal those army pants.

I believe in the good of life as I plead for a taste of man
I'm thirsty for a taste of wine as I do not step on a land mine

I'll testify on the word of a radio that I dream of the fate of democracy, as I flee on my bike from the crimes we made, and that I did not do those drugs or steal those army pants.

I believe in the good of life as I plead for a taste of man
I'm thirsty for a taste of wine as I do not step on a land mine

I'll testify on the word of a radio that I dream of the fate of democracy, as I flee on my bike from the crimes we made, and that I did not do those drugs or steal those army pants.

I believe in the good of life as I plead for a taste of man
I'm thirsty for a taste of wine as I do not step on a land mine

I believe in the good of life


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"I Believe in the Good of Life" as written by Eric Patrick Clapton

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