"Anxiety's Door" as written by Ronald Carson Cox, David Vassalotti and Patrick Brady....
Anxiety's Door

Somethings are never really there
I walk the street at night, I drink the perfumed air
With no chains on my heart its so easy to be free
in the city I live, old men sleep in the road next to me

I see their choice and I see the road
That my teachers and my father have all laid out for me
I feel their weight and it makes me shake
to be kissed on the lips by someone else's fate

You could have it all dear
all the lovely clothes and what no one knows
But don't think you can disappear
When the tide comes after you...That's what it do

Put the dust from the earth back in my bones
I know my body's from here, I feel my blood run cold
somewhere there's a perfect a country that sits right by the sea
where the sun comes down just to talk to me

He says " I know your age and I watched you grow...
into what you are today and tomorrow and even more"
I ask him what he knows of worldly woe?
He put me back here in the present where I'm sleeping all alone

You could have it all dear
What the people say, why they talk that way
don't think you can disappear
When their children come after you (I'm watching out)
I know it's a dying world
no it's always been laughing with a grin
Modern man is next of kin, to the one of old
Sleepin' in the cold....That's how it goes

You're the only one no/wastin' my time
You're the only one no/don't wait to to long
You're the only one no/wastin' my time
You're the only one no/that sleeps out in the cold

"You're the only one-ugh" or "You're the only one no"


Lyrics submitted by jennpelly

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