We may never grow old
in a time when all things are known
Within a year, I'll probably be home

So, don't fret over me now
I've got God and coffee grounds
and a mind to write every other day
When this war's over, I'll wage
one on the paper page
It's a light under a lamp shade
You're a light in my dark

We may never grow old
Uncle Sam, me and the boys
There is a place for me in this war

So, don't fret over me now
I've got God and coffee grounds
and a mind to write every other day
When this war's over, I'll wage
one on the paper page
It's a light under a lamp shade
You're a light in my dark

I've a notion to start
seeing letterless days into letterless nights
and I'll pay no attention to them
Our love has no end, unless you change your mind

So, don't fret over me now
I've got God and coffee grounds
and a mind to write every other day
When this war's over, I'll wage
one on the paper page
It's a light under a lamp shade


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