"Cornwall Blank" as written by and Dewey Bunnell....
I've been down to the water
I've been on top of the world
Somebody should come and see me
Somebody should give me the word

'Cause I don't know how many more
I don't know how many more
I don't know how many more to see

Sometimes the free thoughts clash
Sometimes I see through the grass
Sometime the light begins to dim
Somebody should come and be me
Somebody should come and free me

'Cause I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more to see

Oh darlin', darlin', I always want to see you
Oh darlin', darlin', I always want to see you

I cannot learn much more life
I cannot see much more
Somebody should stop the new sight
Somebody should close the door

'Cause I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more (many more)
I don't know how many more to see

Wrapped in a blanket, lyin' in the snow
Feelin' like the men felt a long time ago
Goin' to find me a home, goin' to build it with my hands
Can't you see there's food to be grown
Got to dig up, dig up the land


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"Cornwall Blank" as written by Dewey Bunnell

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