10. What I do.
Some days are about as exciting as drinking decaffeinated tea,
You spread the butter thickly but there's nothing in between,
But the sound of your insecurities whistling away,
Your mind it can't forget about he bills you've got to pay.
I don't want to bring you down, I don't want to share this mess,
I don't want to risk it honey put our friendship to the test.
But there's one thing I know, that always brings me around,
Help me fill my life up with wonderful sounds.

And I'll play my guitar, I'll sing these songs,
If the crowd goes off, I'll keep playing all night long.
This is what I do, this is who I am, this gives me feelings, like nothing else can.
I'll play a song, my gift to you, If you take it from me that's a wonderful gift from you

God gave us so much; He gave me these songs,
To want to play them, no I don't think that's wrong.
So clear the stage light the lights; bring in the man to make it sound right.
Some happening sounds, some moving feet, Clears the way for good atmosphere,
Here's a journey through sight and sound, If you leave with us you heart won't touch the ground.

©Roxygen 1998
Music, lyrics, vocals, flute, accordion & saxophone - Candy McVeity.
Guitars & arrangement - Conrad McMullen
Bass - Chris Ralfs.
Drums - Simon Smith.
Engineered and mixed by John McVeity

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