Don't need much but a mind of its own
More people around, but he sees them low
Probably chained to the earth like a silent slave
I'm trying to break free out of death's dark cave
Once I had a pretty gal, she did me wrong
Now I'm marchin' to the city, boys, and the road is long

I was hoping to my soul that we'd never part
You took out the magnets right out of my heart
I was hoping we could dream from life's distant dreams
I was hoping we could dream from life's distant dreams
Once I had a pretty gal, she did me wrong
Now I'm marchin' to the city, boys, and the road is long

My house is burnin' up to the sky
I thought it would rain but the clouds passed by
Sorrow and pity from the earth and the skies
I'm not looking for nothin' in anyone's eyes
Once I had a pretty gal, she did me wrong
Now I'm marchin' to the city, boys, and the road is long

Wind is blowing all troubles and dirt
Time to get away before someone gets hurt
I just don't know what I'm gonna do
I was alright 'til I fell in love with you
Once I had a pretty gal, she did me wrong
Now I'm marchin' to the city, boys, and the road is long




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