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We’re all in this together

Look around, and tell me what do you see
Some will say friends, others enemies
What do you see

But if you zoom out, take the larger view
Your perspective changes, and so do you
What do you see now

We’re all on a rock, that’s hurling through space
And our survival you see, is just a matter of grace
Survival is in our hands, it’s all up to us
From the way things look now, that may not be a plus
Do you see it

For richer, for poorer, for better, for worse
In sickness and health, it’s both blessing and curse
It’s a marriage of convenience, and it’s all pre-arranged
But a million years into it, and nothing has changed
The way we treat each other, is not at all smart
But we’re in this together, till death casts us apart
It’s that thing called life that we’re talking about
And, you know, there is really only one way out
Do you see it

We may not like it, but we’re married to each other
Enemies are the same as sisters and brothers
We may like it or not, but we’re married for life
We’re just not related, like husband and wife
Doesn’t make any difference, you and I can’t get off
Some people are pleading, and others just scoff
We can make things worse, or choose to make things better
Either way, you and I, we’re in this together
Till death casts us apart

We can make things worse, or we can make things better
Either way, you and I, we’re in this together
Till death casts us apart

SR

Thanks for stopping by! You honor me with your time.

I hope you enjoy your sojourn ‘off the beaten path.’

Stay as long as you like.

When you leave, no matter what else you do,

‘Live the story you want to tell.

And come back soon!

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