"Violins and Tambourines" as written by and Kelly Jones Jim Lowe....
Looking out the window
Staring at the road
Doesn't really matter
Which way to go
Everything is changing
Nothing ever seems to stay the same

Violins and tambourines
Candy canes and magazines
Preachers sermons on the street
I killed a man but life is cheap
she said

Stopped on the way home
side of the road
met her at the drug store
saving people's souls
she offered me redemption
I'll take a drink instead if that's ok

Violins and tambourines
Candy canes and magazines
Preachers sermons on the street
I killed a man but life is cheap
They say

Violins and tambourines
Candy canes and magazines
Preachers sermons on the street
I killed a man but life is cheap

Violins and tambourines
Children sing songs in the street
Innocence is underrated
Knock me out I'll be sedated

Violins and tambourines
Pounding drums in unity
She's just to emancipated
Every time we meet she wants to save me
She wants to save me
Can she save me?
Won't you save me?


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"Violins and Tambourines" as written by Kelly Jones Jim Lowe

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