West Gwillimbury

Well my hair was blowing all wild and free
The sunlight shone extraordinary
I paid my dues and I’ve said my piece
I’ve had my fill of poison berries
The world was out there waiting just for me
In West Gwillimbury

All the grass grew up to my eyelids there
The clouds all bathed in blue amazing
I tripped on over the thorns and stared
At cows of distant farms a-grazing
Them cows were out there milking it for free
In West Gwillimbury

Out in the country
Get back down to earth
Sipping a coffee sitting down, a first
I swear I'll never ruin another shirt

The ghost of childhood waiting up for me
In West Gwillimbury

When my life’s becoming all work no play
And nature son has lost its Mother
I’ll slip the noose of this ol' rat race
To sing my song on a porch swing, brother
The world is out there waiting just for me
In West Gwillimbury

All the fields are out there swaying merrily
In West Gwillimbury


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