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Song Title:  Asking All The Questions
Words and Music: Ted Wulfers Copyright2000beggarsbridgemusic/ASCAP
Artist:  Beggar's Bridge


Here's the verse, intro and re-intro line

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Here's the chorus line

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Lyrics

Verse
Looking back on summer now I think of good intentions
Driving round boys will be boys
Dressing up in laughter and joining the cicrus
Dancing the dance fools dance when they've had a bit too much
Do you know the pleasure of taking your time everywhere you go
It's always adventure, a story to be told

Chorus
You don't know me, you'll never know me again
And I'll be asking all the questions my friend
I say take this with a vengance, a grander grain of salt
Is what I taste in your concoction, oh oh oh

Verse
Think about relationships you've had in the past ten to fifteen years
The mothers and lovers and all who you raise a glass to in cheers
So good to see you though I can't recall your name
I guess I don't want to and I guess that it is me to blame

Chorus

Change:
Take me to paradise oh if you please, how I would appreciate it (x4)

Verse
Looking at your velvet skin, I'll suffer your damnation
Your crimson hair is too short to reach your breast
Living in your tractor beam, I pause to hear you breathing
If I pause too long, I may do something I might regret

Chorus
Chorus

Written by Ted Wulfers  copyright 2000beggarsbridgemusic/ASCAP
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