Jethro Tull – Living in the past

Happy and I’m smiling
Walking miles to drink your water
You know I’d love to love you
And above you there’s no other

We’ll go walking out
While others shout of war’s disaster

Oh, we won’t give in
Let’s go living in the past

Once I used to join in
Every boy and girl was my friend
Now there’s revolution
But they don’t know
What they’re fighting

Let us close our eyes
Outside their lives go on much faster

Oh, we won’t give in
We’ll keep living in the past

Oh no, we won’t give in
Let’s go living in the past
(bis)

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