Harvey Danger

Jack The Lion

Where Have All The Merrymakers Gone?, 5m 32sec

Jack The Lion
  • Jack The Lion

Lyrics

Harvey Danger

Rake up all the leaves in pleasant valley
It's the last day of my visit upstate New York
To pay respects to the old man
He's still got his sense of humor

But his body fails him
He's surrounded by loved ones
But that only goes so far
And does he know where he is?

I doubt it.
Jack the lion roaring his last
Like a vision sent from the past
Bedside crying holding his hands

Strong hands
Finally get a moment alone with the old man
He's having trouble breathing and he's not the only one
He wonders where time goes

And why we haven't spoken for so long
He regrets it
He forgets it
And none too soon

Because he's closing his eyes and fading
We thank you for uniting
We thank you for the cause
We thank you for the lion

We thank you for the claws
Come see him again
Come see him again
Come see him again

Come see him again
Bop bop bop
Jack the lion roaring his last
Like a vision sent from the past

Bedside, crying, holding his hands
Strong hands

Written by SULT/HUFFMAN/NELSON/LIN
Published by Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc.

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