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Martin Sexton - The Way I Am Lyrics

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  • The other night I had a crazy dream
  • 'Bout a man in a fishing hat selling magazines
  • All the way from Kingston he'd worked his way down
  • I bought him a drink on the night they kicked him out of town
  • He said, "You know I don't like the way I am."
  • "No, I don't like the way I am."
  • And I saw an old fisherman out swayin' on a dock
  • Swigging a jug of something and a string of fish that he had caught
  • His wife had left him just a week before
  • She packed up her bags and waltzed on out the door
  • She said, "You know I don't like the way I am."
  • "No, I don't like the way I am."
  • And then she cried
  • And you and me walked down the shores of our youth
  • Chasing the sunrise, challenging the truth
  • It's all so distant now I've seen too many lies
  • Turning my vision into crumbling demise
  • Makes me wanna say
  • You know I don't like the way I am
  • No, I don't like the way I am
  • But I'm gonna change the way I am
  • I'm gonna change the way I am

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