The Man I Saw Yesterday

(Bob Boyes)

This lyric looks at how most, if not all, how people change in life, sometimes by choice, sometimes by illness; mental or physical.

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VERSE 1 You don't look or say that much these days. Your clothes and chat not as cool as they were. The world around you, you've lost touch! Your long sad face, your long empty stir! VERSE 2 Do you find it hard to take notice, When words are being spoken to you? I think your problems get you down! Have you lost the interest of willlingness To converse with the world all around? Do we all have our issues to address? CHORUS 1 'Cause i don't see the man i saw yesterday. I see such a different man today. Did something happen along your way To see how you are today? 'Cause i don't see the man i saw yesterday. VERSE 3 AS 1 CHORUS 2 AS 1 BRIDGE 1 We all fall down and get up. We all lose and find our way. XX XXX XXX XXX XX X XX XXXXXXX XXXXX XXXXXX XXX XXX XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXXXX X XXXXX XXX XXX XXX X XXX XXXXXXXXXX X XXX XXXX X XXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXX XXX XXXXXXXXX XXX XXXXXX XXXXX XX XXX XX XXX XXX X XX XXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXXX XXX XXX XXX X XXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XX XX XXX XXXX XXXXXX XX XXXXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXXX XXX XXX XXX X XXX XXXXXXXXXX

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