From the album FUEL MP3

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Lyrics

STONE AFTER STONE Written by Kelly Pettit & Brian Pettit

Come take a load off now old Man, too quickly the hours have past
Let us sit by the bank with our hearts on our sleeves
I’ve something to tell you at last
Know matter how far the journey, no matter the highs and the lows
Know matter how restless, no matter how calm, a river relentlessly flows

Everyone’s life’s like a river, a river we each call our own
A past left behind, a future to find, rolling on stone after stone

Happy my days of childhood, little heart swollen with song
Snug in my bed with a story you read
Wide awake with the wisdom you spread
Pity it didn’t last long
Crawled in your shadows, danced on your toes
Let go your hand I could walk
Weekends and parties, sports after school
First car, first crush, first time a young fool
Last time we had a long talk

Everyone’s life’s like a river, a river we each call our own
A past left behind, a future to find, rolling on stone after stone

I’ve wandered the world for some time now
Rumbled, tumbled and tossed
Looking to share, what my life had to bare
Many times lonely and lost
But old man like you I’m complete now
Got a life with a wife and a home
So the river can bend or go straight to its end
For I’ve got me a child of my own

Everyone’s life’s like a river, a river we each call our own
A past left behind, a future to find, rolling on stone after stone
Rolling on stone after stone
Rolling on stone after stone