Robert Farrell
By: Robert Farrell
Catalog ID: 246360   Duration: 3:06   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 115   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Blues Music | Chicago Blues
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A plea seeing the poor, the blind, but am I doing something about it or not. Consternation about the unfairness of life yet a personal strength that something should be/can be done by the individual. For a protagonist who is facing a dilemma between right and wrong. He needs to choose.   Keywords: Edgy blues politcally incorrect honest lyrics

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Old man lying in the street,
Ragged clothes not enough to eat
Though I could lend a hand
I don’t want to see this.
So I will walk on by
I will never meet his eye.
Not much more to say -
Cause I don’t want to see this.

I look down from the sky,
To see a sheltered life
Hidden from a world of pain
Right outside.
I like to keep it far away,
Leave it for another day.
Don’t see why I should pay –
I just don’t see it.

That’s what I tell myself,
Though I don’t know much else
But all this pain inside
I don’t want to see it.
So I should just let go,
Find someone else who knows.
Want to get off this ride – 
I just can’t believe this.

Look down from the sky,
Don’t want to live a sheltered life
Hidden from a world of pain
Right outside.
Can’t keep it locked away
Or leave it for another day.
I don’t see why he should pay.
I just don’t see it –
I just don’t see it.
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