Lower the casket, close the lid.
No I never existed, no i never did.
Go cast your net, out to sea.
Can't save a wreck, a wreck like me.

Go tell your captain,
I'm going down with his ship
And it wasn't for the iceberg
But a weight I couldn't lift.

You'd still say "You've had it your way"
You'd still say "You've had it your way"

You can wear your old tap shoes,
That doesn't mean you'll dance like you used to.
You can wear your old tap shoes,
That doesn't mean you'll dance like you used to.

You will live and you'll die.
Or you will grow and you'll survive,
But you will be at the heart of the problem.

You will live and you'll die.
Or you will grow and you'll survive,
But you will be at the heart of the problem.

You will live and you'll die.
Or you will grow and you'll survive,
But you will be at the heart of the problem.

You can wear your old tap shoes,
That doesn't mean you'll dance like you used to.
You can wear your old tap shoes,
That doesn't mean you'll dance like you used to.


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Joan Of Arc song meanings
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