WALKIN' JIM STOLTZ


Oh What A Life Lyrics

1) G D C G
There’s an old owl flyin’ free, he’s
callin’ out to me
G C G D
What can I tell him as the big trees fall?
G D C
As he slips on through the cracks,I can’t turn my
back,
G C C7
For his kind is our kind, and the writing’s on the
wall.
Chorus: C D G Em
If we could see this world through the eyes of those
C D
Who keep sharing when there’s nothing left to give
C D G Em
If we could walk this land with respect for all
C D G
Oh, what a life we could live.

2) There’s a salmon swimmin’ deep, her
destiny to keep,
How can you tell her, she’s the last of her kind,
A thousand times around from the sea to the spawning
ground,
What a cost, what a loss, To all memory and all Time.
(Repeat Chorus)
3) It was hot and dusty travelin’, a hundred and
four in the shade,
And if I found a tree every 25 miles, I’d think I
had it made.
I had blisters the size of coffee-cups, On each and
every heel.
My face it was so sunburned, It was red as an apple
peel.
(Repeat Chorus)
Bridge: C D G
She wolf howling in the night,
C D G
She knows there’s a lesson comin’ soon.
C D G Em
Just how big is the heart of human kind,
C Am D
Won’t you stand back and give her room?
(Final Chorus)

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