"Both Sides of the Line" as written by and "matlin Thornton"....
Well, another day's gone by
It dawned so long ago
And the memories keep flying high
And the mornings go so slow

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

And I'm five kinds of senseless
My heart is beating slow
Hey, I got struck by lightning
And I was sad to see it go

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

Well, I'm sittin' at the head
Stealing my own show
And the plates are up on sticks
And I'm spinning tales of woe

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

And there once was an answer
But now I don't care to know
In the service of the question
I just had to see it go

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

Yeah, I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

I'm easy in the aether
Swinging to and fro
Lighter than a feather
With a mountain range in tow

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind

And the fruits of my own labor
There's a seed I'll never sow
Yeah, they cut down my pride
But I was glad to see it go

'Cause I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit and sweet on the rind
I'm on both sides of the line
Bitter on the fruit

Sweet on the rind


Lyrics submitted by demyelinated, edited by monkeyninja69

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