"Big Chair" as written by and Ted Hutt Matt Caisley....
Wouldn't it be amazing
If you were to wake and find
That you're not half the girl you thought you were
Both of us in agreement

With the notion that we're even
Even with the difference in the score
Wouldn't it be exciting
To be writing while we're fighting
So the point isn't lost here
We could work out an answer
To the problem, that's the answer
Now what is your problem dear
Can it be that we're satisfied
And mortified and gratified
With equal opportunity
Can it get any hotter here
I'm burning with anger now
You're making me crazy
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Suddenly I'm aware
That I am sitting in the same position
That I was this morning
Everything is in pieces
All around me, haven't found me
But there's something that is dawning on me
What is it that we're fighting for
Does anyone really know
I'm asking a question
Is it worth all the waiting for
Isn't it best to go
I'm needing to rest now
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi just sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi just sitting in the big chair, dying again
Traveling quickly going nowhere
Building up speed so I can explode
In pieces, and peace is?
Working hard so I can pay
The bills that build and turn me grey
From temple to temple
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi just sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi I'm sitting in the big chair, dying
Oi oi just sitting in the big chair, dying


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"Big Chair" as written by Jeff Peters Adam Maples

Lyrics © BOB-A-LEW SONGS

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