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Rodney Crowell

A man stumbles home from a lost weekend-it's not for me to judge
Woman gets stoned on Valium and gin-it's not for me to judge
It's not for me to judge the rhyme or reason if its something I don't understand
It's not for me to judge what someone else does
There's a reason why so many people cry-it's not for me to judge
A man writes a book and we call him a prophet-it's not for me to judge
If presidents and preachers put it all in there pockets its not for me to judge
It's not for me to judge that truth is a picture
We develop while we learn how to crawl
It's not for me to judge what someone else does
There's a time and place we've all gotta face-but it's not for me to judge
It's not for me to judge-it's not for me to judge
We've got cable-but we're not able-to see the truth and our bitter youth
Think they know the game-man it's so insane-ah, but it's not for me to judge
If a man believes in ghosts and spirits-it's not for me to judge
Woman believes she can walk on water, babe-it's not for me to judge
It's not for me to judge why darkness remains in a world so full of light
It's not for me to judge the pace every race
Will replace the doubt in their lives
It's not for me to judge who's stuck in the mud-but talking out of turn
We've all gotta learn-That it's not for me to judge

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