CONTINENTAL DRIFTERS


A Song For You Lyrics

Written by Gram Parsons
Main Voice: PETER
Produced by Continental Drifters
Released on 'Continental Drifters' (1995)

Oh my land is like a wild goose
It wanders all around everywhere
Trembles and it shakes 'til every tree is loose
Rolls the meadows and it rolls the nails.

So take me down to your dance floor
I won't mind the people when they stare
Paint a different color on your front door
And tomorrow we may still be there.

Now Jesus built a ship to sing a song to
It rolls the rivers and it rolls the tide
Some of our friends don't know who they belong to
Some can't get a single thing to work inside.

So take me down to your dance floor
I won't mind the people when they stare
Paint a different color on your front door
And tomorrow we may still be there.

I love you everyday, now I'm leavin'
I can see the sorrow in your eyes
I hope you know a lot more than you're believin'
Just so the sun don't hurt you when you cry.

Oh, so take me down to your dance floor
I won't mind the people when they stare
Paint a different color on your front door
And tomorrow we may still be there (still be there).

We may still be there (still be there)
Oh, we may still be there (still be there)
And tomorrow we may still be there.

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Record Label(s): 2001 Razor & Tie
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