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Reflections Of A Baby Boomer

Author Unknown

I’ve seen fire and I’ve seen rain
I’ve been through the desert on a horse with no name

I’ve gone to Kansas City, and I sang in the sunshine
I’ve been on the road again, with Georgia on my mind

Like a rolling stone, I’ve given peace a chance
I put a camel to bed and danced the last dance

Mr. Tambourine man played a song for me
I’ve whispered words of wisdom, so let it be

I’ve fallen into a burning ring of fire and walked the line
To all the girls I’ve loved before, you were always on my mind

I’ve been everywhere, I’ve been so lonesome I could cry
I’ve driven my Chevy to the levee when the levee was dry

I’ve been to Itchy coo Park in a yellow submarine
I’ve made the scene in a time machine.

I’ve done the Hokey Pokey and turned myself around
I’ve welcomed the baby back to the poor side of town

I’ve followed the tracks of my tears down a long and winding road
I’ve kept on searching for a heart of gold

I’ve sought shelter from the storm, I’ve sat on the dock of the bay
I’ve rocked around the lock on a sunshiny day

I’ve knocked on Heaven’s door while blowing in the wind
Joy to the world, those were the days my friend

Lay lady lay, in crimson and clover
It’s been a hard day’s night, but now the party’s almost over

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