or
Gordon Lightfoot

You've got time enough for two of us
What is mine, I will share
We've got things that we can do without
Most anytime, anywhere

Every little daydream that appears in all we do
Gives us some problems of our own
If you turn back to that page again
And you can't win, if you ask me, I'll tag along

Paper matches in the afternoon
Cups of tea and all of that Zen
I think, it's time we took a walk outside
It seems there is no oxygen

This time tomorrow, we might all be packed and gone
I believe, it's best we carry on
Smoke rings rising 'til they disappear
In the sky above, if you ask me, I'll tag along

Each and every bad dream will be hammered into dust
When we get back where we belong
If you ever turn that page again
You need a friend, if you ask me, I'll tag along

This time tomorrow, we might all be packed and gone
I believe, it's best we carry on
Smoke rings rising 'til they disappear
In the sky above, if you ask me, I'll tag along

Written by LIGHTFOOT, GORDON
Published by Moose Music Ltd./Early Morning Music Ltd.

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