The horseshoe and the rabbit's foot
As luck would have it we were put
Right through the wringer recently
Which took a decent piece of me
I know that in all likelihood
That it's most likely gone for good
And I for one am good with that
So currently that's where we're at

Let's just leave well enough alone for now
We should say goodnight
I believe the horseshoe and the rabbits foot
And in the morning everything will be all right

The houndstooth and the herringbone
We couldn't have but should have known
The wringer rang it right on out
I wonder what's it all about
The story's changed so drastically
There's got to be a way that we
Could try to listen and receive
Accept acknowledge and believe

Let's just leave well enough alone for now
We should say goodnight
I beleive the houndstooth and the herringbone
And in the morning everything will be all right

Lullabies and long goodbyes and I'll admit to it
I don't know what to say to you sometimes
I believe that we should just leave it alone and hopefully
In the morning everything will be all right

The sharkskin and the tortoiseshell
As luck would have it all is well
That ends like this did any way
We said all that we hat to say
And can't diminish or dismiss
There's something to be said for this
Or nothing left that should be said
Let's leave it alone instead
I think the conversation's dead

Let's just leave well enough alone for now
We should say goodnight
I believe the sharkskin and the tortoiseshell
And I believe the houndstooth and the herringbone
And I believe the horseshoe and the rabbit's foot
And in the morning everything will be all right


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