"Moving" as written by and John Fullbright....
Old man broke down on the side of the road
Stop and see if maybe I can lighten his load
Opened the door and he thanked me in kind
Told me the words that would open my mind

So don't worry 'bout gasoline cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the tv screen cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the bombs that fall cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout nothing at all cause we're moving

There's a man in the alley just a-singin' the blues
Telling everybody that they're bound to lose
One day he'll wake and see the sun
See that everyday we're breathing is a day we've won

Said don't worry 'bout gasoline cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the tv screen cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the bombs that fall cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout nothing at all cause we're moving

There's times the lines get hard to see
And there's days the haze takes over me
But in the end, you're gonna let 'em see that we're moving

Well the world will keep turning when I'm dead and gone
I'll see you again and it won't be long
We'll meet in a place where there ain't no pain
'Til that day, my song remains

Said don't worry 'bout gasoline cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the tv screen cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout the bombs that fall cause we're moving
Don't worry 'bout nothing at all cause we're moving


Lyrics submitted by sarajacqueline

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