“If I Should Ever Run Away” Music and Lyrics by Danny Hauger
Ball and chain,
Job and anchor
You've got expectations.
Solemnly swear to always be solemn
I look, but I can't see out the window
And if I should ever run away (I'd come running back to you)
(you'll stay here, won't you?)
and if I should ever run away,
You would always lead me back
You follow me,
Like the rain follows gravity,
I pull you down,
You try to take me under.
This cycle flows,
I'm enriched but carried away
I'm flooded out,
The drip of life is overtaking.
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