CHARLIE SIMPSON lyrics : "The Farmer & His Gun"


Spoken like a young man trying to get himself on the wheel
My feet are forwards but I think I'm going backwards I'm still
So far away from you
I called my brothers on the phone just to say goodbye
Cause I don't need another reason not to survive on my own
I'm moving on from here

Then I realize that I'll be on my own tonight
Shadows fold out like blankets on the ground

Run run rabbit run
Just don't get caught out by the farmer and his gun
Well hide hide rabbit hide
It's best to lose yourself before you ever lose your pride

Spoken like a true man trying to make his way through the fields
My back is heavy and my heart is feeling empty but still
I'm so far away from you
There's no use complaining to myself
I made these shoes to walk in
And they'll walk until the end

And then I realise that I will dream of you tonight
Shadows fold out like blankets on the ground

Run run rabbit run
Just don't get caught out by the farmer and his gun
Well hide hide rabbit hide
It's best to lose yourself before you ever lose your pride

Then I realize that I will dream of you tonight
Shadows fold out like blankets on the ground

Run run rabbit run
Just don't get caught out by the farmer and his gun
Well hide hide rabbit hide
It's best to lose yourself before you ever lose your pride
Just never lose your pride
Just never lose your pride
Oh, never lose your pride

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Writer(s): Charles Simpson, John Fortis
Copyright: Notting Hill Music (Uk) Ltd.
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