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Break It
Out Of The Woodwork II
© 1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Right Reserved for the Globe

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(Verse I)
I was, A rollin' stone.
A highway driftin' man.
She was a shattered thing,
A broken bird in my hand.
She gave me everything
And more, For sure.
I took it all from her,
'Til she had nothing more, To give away.

(Verse II)
She came up from Texas,
The hard way, Or so she said.
I had to leave the north,
Before I got myself dead.
She caught me comin' out of
Somebody's back door.
Ooo, When I left in the night,
I didn't know, For sure
Where I would go.

I had to Break It,
And move away from there.
I couldn't take it.
It was too much.
I knew I dare not stay, Another day.

(Verse III)
Now she's the rollin' stone,
A highway driftin' gal.
I am the shattered one.
What will I do now?
What will I do now?

(Repeat Chorus)
I'll have to Break It,
And move away from here.
I can't make it.
It's too much!
I fear my head may fly away.

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"Break It" Copyright 1974 by Gary E. Andrews
All Rights Reserved For The Globe

Odd little rocker. Rings in people's ears, from the feedback I get.