If You Want
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Words and Music by Thomas Roberto
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If you want to see what I’m drinking, just look into my eyes.
See the mercury in the water, see the sediment where it lies.      

If you want to see what I’m thinking, just look into my mind.
See the songs that were never written, see the memories left behind.  

You know we fill the ocean, with whatever’s in our head.
I don’t know why we do it.
We need a remedy instead.

We’re knocking down all the forest to make more room to live.
Maybe we shouldn’t have any children.
Maybe a lock on every crib.
Life’s not very important, to some neither is sleep.
George Harrison would be disappointed.
You could hear his guitar weep.

Lives are made very few are saved anymore.
We throw them out as soon as there a little worn.

You know we fill the ocean, with whatever’s in our head.
I don’t know why we do it.
We need a remedy instead.

If you want to see what I’m feeling, just look into my heart.
It’s all of what you’re made of.
Till your end and from your start.

If you want to see what I believe, just look into my soul.
It’s the way to get to each other.
It’s the one you want to know.

You know we fill the ocean, with whatever’s in our head.
I don’t know why we do it.
We need a remedy instead.

Things are made very  few are saved anymore.
We throw things out as soon as there a little worn.



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