The World I Used To Know Lyrics

Some days I'm on familiar rain
What come along and know my name
And then my shelter will be gone
And I'll have to move along

But till I do, I'll stay a while
And track the hidden country of your smile
Some day the man I used to be
Will come along and call on me
And then because I'm just a man
You'll find my feet are made of sand

Until that time, I'll tell you lies
And chalk the hidden boundaries of your smile

Someday the world I used to know
Will come along and be the...
Then I'll be leaving you behind
For love is just a state of mind

Until that day, I'll be your man
And love away our troubles if I can
Until that day, I'll be your man
And love away our troubles if I can

I've drawn your face in table clothes across the country
Tracing your smile with my index finger
Making your head just so
Till now, you're more what I want you to be
Than what you are
I can paint your eyes and say
This is where I lived for 20 minutes and more
I ordered grape fruit and paid for ruined napkins
Between the morning and the evening
I draw your face...every day

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Songwriter(s): rod mckuen
Record Label(s): 2012 BVP under exclusive license to Partisan Records LLC
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