Every Word Tells A Story

EVERY WORD TELLS A STORY – Written by Carroll Bryant

Well, their eyes shine in the darkness
By the moons light, I can see them
They try to hide as they do whatever
And they do whatever does move them

Well, their movements talk to the stillness
And their feet shuffles them away
So I’m happy to say I don’t care where they are going
No attention to that do I pay
No, no, no, no attention to that do I pay

And every word will tell the story
Of everything that you have heard
You can say it and believe it
Believe it and you know it
And you know it when it sounds so absurd
And every picture paints an image
Of it, something that you have seen
You can take it if you want it
If you want it then believe it
And believing it is what I mean
Oh yes, believing it is what I mean

And every word will tell the story
No matter how strange it may be
You can fiddle, you can faddle
Dribble, doodle and dabble
But it’s always the same to me
And every picture paints an image
Of it, something the mind can only see
If you want it you can have it
You can have it, but believe it
And it doesn’t mean a thing to me

And every word will tell the story
Of something that you have heard
You can say it and believe it
Believe it and you know it
And you know it when it sounds so absurd
And every picture paints an image
Of it, something that you have seen
You can take it if you want it
If you want it then believe it
And believing it is what I mean
Oh yes, believing it is what I mean

Well, their eyes shine in the darkness
By the moons light I can see them
They try to hide as they do whatever
And they do whatever does move them

Well, their movements talk to the stillness
And their feet shuffles them away
So I’m happy to say I don’t care where they are going
No attention to that do I pay
No, no, no, no attention to that do I pay

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