Windows and Walls

by John Voorhees

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Pull the blinds, open the window And let the sunlight come through Feel the fresh air blow back your hair And let the new day enter you Tear down the walls, no matter how tall Let nothing stand in your way The critics and clowns will all gather 'round And marvel at the brightness of the day Pull up a chair and settle in I’m no confessor and I can’t forgive your sin But I will listen like a bartender and offer you a sigh Lay your fears upon my ears I’ll never ask you why I don’t have to say a word But I can give you my advice, if that’s what you prefer Though I’ve never studied medicine or problems of the mind So there’s no telling what realities we’ll find Chorus: Let your conversation flow Let your storm of sorrow pour I will be gentle like the autumn Open like a door We’ve known each other for too long So don’t hold back when I can see that something’s wrong Don’t fool yourself to thinking it’s a thing you can disguise Storing up your problems in your shoulders and your eyes Like a soldier on his guard you stand Is that what you really think it takes to be a man? When you reach the breaking point You’ll snap like rotten wood Settle in and let it out You know it feels so good (Chorus) Pull up a chair and settle in Go ahead and make yourself as comfortable as sin And I’ll listen like a bartender and offer you a sigh Grab a beer, I’ll lend an ear And never ask you why (Chorus)
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Glowing 03:00
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A Sad Man 04:31
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Free Tonight 02:51
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Marking Time 03:42
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Redefined 03:26
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Coming Down 04:20
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Half Alive 04:38
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Gone Away 03:44
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Must Go 03:15
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released August 1, 1994

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