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One Thing I Know Poem

Updated on March 31, 2014
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One thing that I know, nothing ever stays the same

Think about it while I wonder if I’m insane

My hair is short now; I don’t need to make the sale

Don’t look too closely for pity’s sake

Air is given to those who need a little help to breathe

They’re unique but they are a growing breed

I have a tale to tell but I’ll try to keep it brief

I like cheddar, but I’ll eat brie

There is a highway that goes up to the sky

There’s the horizon but it just keeps going up

Someday I’ll join her there but I can’t go yet

A pair of coppers won’t pay the debt


One thing that I know, everything’s in constant change

Think about it; tell me how heavy are your chains

My hair is short now; I don’t really need to chafe

Don’t look too closely, we missed the chance

Don’t pull me up now, It’s still too hard to breathe

I won’t hold you down; you’re one of a dying breed

How difficult can this really be

There is a highway that goes up to the sky

There’s the horizon but it just keeps going up

Someday I’ll join her there but I can’t go yet

A pair of coppers won’t pay the debt


One thing that I know is there’s nothing left to know

Don’t think about too much there’s nothing left to note

I lost the trail somewhere out on the knoll

I missed the chance, friend, now it’s too hard to breathe




copyright (C) 2012 christopher w neal all rights reserved


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