Down So Long by Jewel Kilcher The sun sets across the ocean I'm a thousand miles from anywhere And my pocketbook and my heart Both just got stolen And the sun acts like She don't even care The wind blows cold When you reach the top Feels like someone's face Is stuck to the bottom of my shoe I got a plastic Jesus And a cordless telephone For every corner of my room Got everybody but you Telling me what to do But I've been down so long Ooh, it can't be longer still I've been down so long That the end must be drawing near I look to everybody but me To answer my prayers Until I saw an angel In a bathroom Who said she saw no one Worth saving anywhere And a blind man on the corner Said, "It's simple, Like flipping a coin Don't matter what side it lands on If it's someone else's dime" But I've been down so long Ooh, it can't be longer still We've been down for so long That the end must be drawing near I take a trip I catch a train I catch a plane I got a ticket in my hand And then a fat man takes my money And like cattle we all stand But we've been down so long Ooh, it can't be longer still We've been down so long The end must be... I know the end must be... Oh, I know the end must be Drawing near
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