Intro E D A D
I [E]think about the world I live in.
I [E]think about all the places I’ve been.
[A]Yet my world view’s been thinner than thin.
And I [E]still go and visit old places again.
My [D]fear of what’s out there’s not up for debate.
But I [A]still want to find a better [D]world predicate.
[E]How in the world can I describe?
[E]Places where people can barely abide.
Or [A]hold in their anger all cooped up inside.
Or [E]maybe they are just along for the ride.
[D]Hoping they get out before it gets too late.
[A]Maybe find a better [D]world predicate.
[E]I cannot know all of the places.
[E]I will not be able to see all the faces.
[A]I am like old shoes without any laces.
[E]No paths to explore or old path retraces.
[D]There is no victory I can celebrate.
[A]While I try to find a better [D]world predicate.
[E]Woods getting old crumbling to dust.
[E]People backstabbing no one can you trust.
[A]Try to survive before we all go bust.
[E]Crumbling old bridges just covered in rust.
I want to [D]cross that bridge that divides the hate.
[A]Might bring a better [D]world predicate. [E7]