"Lindy" as written by and Kenneth Chesney....
Lindy strolls around

Down main streets
Down side streets
Makin' his way through town he picks up pennies
Saves 'em for a rainy day
With callous feet he makes his way to see the sun sink in the bay

Lindy strolls around and around and around
Around and around and around
He plays piano at the church when nobody's watchin'
Takes cigarettes from strangers and sometimes you see Him talkin'
To himself, laughin' to himself
Lindy strolls around and around and around

Lindy's seen it all
Storms and hurricanes
Some say he's insane
No one knows his last name
But I believe
He's the salt of the Earth
Just look past his dirty shirt and you will see just what he's worth

Lindy strolls around and around and around
Around and around and around
He plays piano at the church when nobody's watchin'
Takes cigarettes from strangers and sometimes you see
Him talkin' to himself, laughin' to himself
Lindy strolls around and around and around
Around and around and around

Ooh

He plays piano at the church when nobody's watchin'
Takes cigarettes from strangers and sometimes you see
Him talkin' to himself, laughin' to himself
Lindy strolls around and around and around
Around and around and around

Lindy strolls around and around and around

Ooh


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"Lindy" as written by Kenneth Chesney

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