"Standing Still" as written by and Reuben Bullock....
Well away from the city they carried my life
I'd grown tired of the way that the day treats the night
And no matter how far I ran
No matter how far I ran

Follow the railroad the only thing dry
The path does narrow as Angela's eyes
No matter how far I ran
No matter how far I ran

Oh may my soul be found
Brother
Brother
Here's where I belong

I was born by the water the wealth of the sea
And infants awaken with ominous dreams
And I traveled the world 'till the waltzin the streets
No matter how far I ran

Oh may my soul be found

On the tail of a hurricane, the trick of the trade
I stay angry at angels that stand in the way
Who wore a halo of smoke from a passing train
Now the seat at my table's been taken away

I'm the same man now that I was when I changed
See, the birth of a star is a death of it's fate
Rise up like the water and fall like the rain a lung full of air from an oxygen tank

Brother
Brother
Make my soul be found
Now Mother
Father
Oh here's where I belong

Lay me down, and let my love live forever in this ground


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"Standing Still" as written by Reuben Bullock

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