Oh, done, oh done, what you done, done?
I'll see you later down the road when I'm done
It was nice down here by the lake
I am fighting thoughts that I can no longer take

Hello, constable, can I help you on your way?
I heard you were looking for someone that might lead you someday
That man up the road, he's not guilty for what you think he's done
After all, you're going the same way as him and this is not a race to be won

Excuse me, but before you go, you're gonna have to pay the toll
First kiss my feet, then get a shovel and dig me a hole
Dig it big enough so that you and I can just fit in
'Cause one of us is dying today 'cause we both know it's sin

Hana na na, I'm sorry for what you think I've done
I've laughed, and I've loved, and I've cried
All kinds of fun
So sit, sir, sit on the lakeside
Maybe we can think up some answers that we both haven't tried
I'm sorry, but I'm pretty sure it's gotta go down like this
You've got a gun and so do I, but I don't think I'm gonna miss
So sit, sir, sit on the road by me
Watch the road together, and watch my brother Don walk free
Please let him be, he's never done anything to you...
... Done anything to you other than maybe bend the truth
Never done anything...


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Robber's Lullaby song meanings
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