I used to walk all along the opposite side of the road,
And made others get out of my way.
I used to think that I could sit and wait for the times,
But they won't come till' I meet them halfway.

I'm halfway home and I'm on, I'm on my own.
I'm halfway there and I don't care no, I don't mind.
I plan to leave here after supper time,
That's when traffic is light, all I need is a sign and I'll be alright.
I'll, I'll be fine.

And I used to think that I could just sleep and then I'd dream,
And everything, it would just come to me.
Until I woke one day without anything to eat, no,
Lying on the opposite side of the street.

I'm halfway home and I'm still on, still on my own.
I'm halfway there and I don't care no, I don't mind,
Because it ain't my time to stay or say.
Well, I can't say. But you can bet that I will, I will play my chords down,
I won't lay, never down, I sing, never down,
I'll never lay down oh, no way.
Never down, I sing, never down,
I'll never lay down oh, no way.
So never down, I sing, never down,
I'll never lay down, no way.
Never down, I sing, never down,
Oh, no way.

I used to think that I could just sit and wait for the times,
But I know I gotta meet them halfway.

I'm halfway home, I tried running with the flow.
I'm halfway there. Ain't it funny, how everybody seems to care?
I planned to get there around supper time their serving up bread
And wine.
All I needed was a sign, but I guess I'll be alright,
I, and I'll be fine, I'll be fine, I'll be alright, I'll be alright.
It seems to be a running theme about being fine, and alright.
Well, I'll be fine. I don't mind, I'll be fine. I'll be fine.

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