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Don McLean - American Pie [1971]

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I've got nothing on my mind,
Nothing to remember
Nothing to forget,
And I've got nothing to regret
But I'm all tied up on the inside,
No one knows quite what I've got
And I know that on the outside,
What I used to be, I'm not anymore

You know, I've heard about people like me,
But I never made the connection
They walk one road to set them free,
And find they've gone the wrong direction

But there's no need for turning back,
'Cause all roads lead to where I stand
And I believe I'll walk them all,
No matter what I may have planned

Can you remember who I was,
Can you still feel it?
Can you find my pain,
Can you heal it?
Then, lay your hands upon me now,
And cast this darkness from my soul
You, alone, can light my way,
You, alone, can make me whole once again

We've walked both sides of every street,
Through all kinds of windy weather
But that was never our defeat,
As long as we could walk together

So, there's no need for turning back,
'Cause all roads lead to where we stand
And I believe we'll walk them all,
No matter what we may have planned

Copyright 1995-2002 Alan Howard, Don McLean.

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