SEVERE TIRE DAMAGE: TIME MARCHES ON

(Russ Haines)


A happy lament by someone who is obviously a bit confused.


Russ sez:
When I meet other people's friends, I am frequently greeted with, "Oh, you're the one who..." followed by an implausible, but true, story. Sometimes they just stare at me funny.

The harder it rains, the more likely I'll go for a walk. Because no matter what you do, time marches on.


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Do you know my name? Will you lend me money?
I know we must have met cuz yer looking at me funny
My train of thought keeps blowing through the station
Where was I? Could you be more patient?

   Help me find my train
   I think I'll play in the street again
   I can't seem to get out of the rain
   But even I know that time marches on

If I didn't have a leg I wouldn't have a leg to stand on
I think I've lost my mind, it's something that I've planned on
You know what they say about mad dogs and Englishmen
Neither one can cook

   Help me find my brain
   I think I'll play in the street again
   I can't seem to get out of the rain
   But even I know that time marches on

I have a tendency to run with scissors in my hand
May I have another clothespin? The world is full of sand
If I said I love you would you think me too unkind 
To hide under the covers while searching for my mind

   Help me find my brain
   I think I'll play in the street again
   I can't seem to get out of the rain
   But even I know that time marches on

   Yes even I know that time marches on

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