Ooh, I never knew It'd be so much better with two We ain't got much but this pickup truck will take us where we need to go Stations we passed but no money for gas I'd be okay with runnin' out on the side of the road We're just two nobody's livin' in this big hell of place But with your hand in mine it'll be just fine ain't nothin that I couldn't face It ain't always gonna go your way When you want it to shine, well, sometimes it's gonna rain Some days it'll pour and some days it'll fade How in the hell can you smile when all you feel is pain? It's like you're laying on the tracks with ropes tied to your feet You wanna close your eyes so you don't have to see And nobody is there to give you a hand Oh good God have mercy on me If you're watching up there then How does it manage to stab me in the back before I even know it? Now a day's I don't use my head at all I thought just one drink would make it all better Make me forget the things I don't want to remember But I'm just lying to myself and trying to cover all this hurt It only makes it worse Raised up by a bad example Who tried to teach me right from wrong? There's too many you can't count the reasons why The whole universe could change as long as they're by your side Autumn leaves fade fast Winter snow will leave you feeling blue But I want a lifetime with you It's overwhelming if you stop to think It's all gone if you take one second to blink You'll grow old and I will too And we'll win less than we'll lose A hundred years or it might be fifty You don't know how long you got but you got me Time outlives us all even when we're feeling strong.
If you like what you are seeing, share it on social networks and let others know about The Paul McCartney Project. Song facts From Wikipedia: It also reached number one on the Cash Box chart in the US for one week. The song was one of the seven 1s written by Lennon-McCartney that charted in the US in ; an all-time songwriting record for most songs to top the US charts in a calendar year. Del Shannon also performed a cover of this song on his album Handy Man. A cover version by Bobby Rydell released May did well enough regionally to reach number 50 on the Billboard Hot McCartney did not think the song was good enough for The Beatles.
The nice lady next door talks of green beds and all the nice things that she wants to plant in them. I wanna grow tomatoes on the front steps. Sunflowers, bean sprouts, sweet corn and radishes. My throat feels like a funnel filled with weet bix and kerosene and oh no, next thing i know they call up triple o. I take a hit from an asthma puffer.
Down around the corner, half a mile from here See them long trains run, and you watch them disappear Without love, where would you be now Without lo-o-o-ove You know I saw miss Lucy down along the tracks She lost her home and her family and she won't be coming back Without love, where would you be right now Without lo-o-o-ove And the Southern Central Freight Got to keep on pushin' mama You know they're running late Without love, where would you be now Without lo-o-o-ve And the Southern Central Freight Got to keep on pushin' mama You know they're running late Without love, where would you be now Without lo-o-o-ve Well the pistons keep on turning And the wheels go round and round The steel rails are cold and hard For the miles that they go down Without love, where would you be right now Without lo-o-o-ve ooh Where would you be now Mmm, got to get you, baby baby, won't you move it down? Won't you move it down? Baby, baby, baby, baby, won't you move it down? When the big train run When the train is movin' on I got to keep on movin' Keep on movin' Won't you keep on movin'? Gonna keep on movin'.