"Everytime You Go" as written by Robert Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gordon Sinclair....
Like anyone I knew a Dave
Drove a Plymouth shallow grave
Said, "my girl don't just walk, she unfurls"
With motorcycle language
He stumbled through his slang pledge
Then he dragged the mud for wedding pearls

He closed both his eyes and sort of gave her a kiss
Said "don't worry baby about what you're gonna miss
There will always be a much much more than this
Every time you go, you are all I see
Holding out for you and me

Pulled down his birthday suitcase
Brown with dust from no place
Said, "I think its time we made a start"
They danced the waltz of charity
No car garage, two kids for free
They were pissing bliss and playing parts

She closed both her eyes, sorta gave him a kiss...
Said "don't worry baby about what you're gonna miss
There will always be a much much more than this
Every time you go, you are all I see
Holding out for you and me

And the big snake pit
And we dance to the edge of it
And we laugh and we laugh
Cause we ain't seen the edge of it

Every time you go, you are all I see
Holding out for you and me
Every time you go, you are all I see
Holding out for you and me
Every time you go, you are all I see
Holding out for you and me
You and me you and me you and me


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"Everytime You Go" as written by Gordon Sinclair Gordon Downie

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