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Love Is Love

Looking from the outside of your room
Wanna be there
Wanna get in
Waiting for an invite from you
But you've flagged me up
I won't fit in
You've got all the reasons
But they don't make any sense
No more
You gotta turn the key and open up
I'm coming
 
Love is love is love
I'm waiting for the day I get enough
The only thing is
Love is love is love
You gotta let me in into your club
You gotta let me in
 
When you split an amoeba
You get two
They're both the same
Nothing to lose
Give me what you got
You hope onto
We've got the space
We've got the room
 
You've got all the reasons
But they don't make any sense
No more
You gotta turn the key and open up
I'm coming
 
Love is love is love
I'm waiting for the day I get enough
The only thing is
Love is love is love
You gotta let me in into your club
You gotta let me in
 
Under the hood I find
I'm good I'm right
But turn that mirror on you
Maybe you should not define yourself
Just by
What was told to you
 
'Cos what was told to you
Just may not be true
Open up your mind
Ain't not a lot to do
You gotta turn the key
And open up
I'm coming
 
Love is love is love
I'm waiting for the day I get enough
The only thing is
Love is love is love
You gotta let me in into your club
You gotta let me in
 
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Darling Pretty

It's time to come away, my Darling Pretty,
It's time to come away on the changing tide
Time to come away, Darling Pretty,
And I need you darling by my side

Heal me with a smile, Darling Pretty
Heal me with a smile and a heart of gold
Carry me awhile, my Darling Pretty
Heal my aching heart and soul

Just like a castaway
Lost upon an endless sea
I saw you far away
Come to rescue me

Cast away the chains, Darling Pretty,
Cast away the chains, away behind
Take away my pain, my Darling Pretty,
And the chains that once were yours and mine

There will come a day, Darling Pretty
There will come a day when hearts can fly
Love will find a way, my Darling Pretty,
Find a heaven for you and I
Love will find a way, my Darling Pretty,
Find a heaven for you and I

Back To God

Have you looked around
Have you heard the sound
Mama's cry in'
Or do you turn away
When you see the face
Of the innocent dyin'
In these darkest days
Are you not afraid
That it's too late

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
You gotta keep on praying
You gotta cry, ram tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we're still worth saving
We can't go on like this and live like this
We can't love like this
We gotta give this world back to God

Have you lost a love?
Do you feel like givin' up?
Has your heart been broken?
Are your kids okay?
Will they come home safe?
And do you he there hoping?
You can make a wish, you knock on wood
It won't do no good
Gotta give this world back to God
Give this world back to God

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
You gotta keep on praying
You gotta cry, ram tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we're still worth saving
We can't go on like this and live like this
We can't love like this
We gotta give this world back to God

You gotta get down on your knees, believe
Fold your hands and beg and plead
You gotta keep on praying
You gotta cry, ram tears of pain
Pound the floor and scream His name
Cause we're still worth saving
We can't go on like this and live like this
We can't love like this
You can hope the best
Make a wish
The only entries

We gotta give this world back to God
Oh, give He back

Kilkelly Ireland

Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 60, my dear and loving son John
Your good friend the schoolmaster Pat McNamara's so good
As to write these words down.
Your brothers have all gone to find work in England,
The house is so empty and sad
The crop of potatoes is sorely infected,
A third to a half of them bad.
And your sister Brigid and Patrick O'Donnell
Are going to be married in June.
Your mother says not to work on the railroad
And be sure to come on home soon.

Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 70, my dear and loving son John
Hello to your Mrs and to your 4 children,
May they grow healthy and strong.
Michael has got in a wee bit of trouble,
I suppose that he never will learn.
Because of the dampness there's no turf to speak of
And now we have nothing to burn.
And Brigid is happy, you named a child for her
And now she's got six of her own.
You say you found work, but you don't say
What kind or when you will be coming home.

Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 80, dear Michael and John, my sons
I'm sorry to give you the very sad news
That your dear old mother has gone.
We buried her down at the church in Kilkelly,
Your brothers and Brigid were there.
You don't have to worry, she died very quickly,
Remember her in your prayers.
And it's so good to hear that Michael's returning,
With money he's sure to buy land
For the crop has been poor and the people
Are selling at any price that they can.

Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 90, my dear and loving son John
I suppose that I must be close on to eighty,
It's thirty years since you're gone.
Because of all of the money you send me,
I'm still living out on my own.
Michael has built himself a fine house
And Brigid's daughters have grown.
Thank you for sending your family picture,
They're lovely young women and men.
You say that you might even come for a visit,
What joy to see you again.

Kilkelly, Ireland, 18 and 92, my dear brother John
I'm sorry I didn't write sooner to tell you that father passed on.
He was living with Brigid, she says he was cheerful
And healthy right down to the end.
Ah, you should have seen him play with
The grandchildren of Pat McNamara, your friend.
And we buried him alongside of mother,
Down at the Kilkelly churchyard.
He was a strong and a feisty old man,
Considering his life was so hard.
And it's funny the way he kept talking about you,
He called for you at the end.
Oh, why don't you think about coming to visit,
We'd all love to see you again.

The Undertow

Cold swims alone now is all he knows
don't fight the water, the undertow
can't save his daughter and down she goes
she calls to him and slips below

she calls to him

He has no answer for all her pain
something is growing inside her brain
can't tell your odds for the pouring rain
watching her die made him insane

made him insane