The Golden Apple

A Drunkship Of Cobblers

Lyrics & Melody by Mike Crook

When one is standing alone,
The world is a very big place
We need the company of people,
Shoulder to shoulder or face to face
A branch can break in the breeze
But a forest will weather the storm
Sometimes the company of strangers
Is the warmest company of all

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A fire and friends, some good wine and beer
Will banish the darkness and temper the fear
Lets all come around and gather together
Then march like a drunkship of cobblers
March, march, march, march like a drunkship of cobblers
March, march, march, march X5,
March like a drunkship of cobblers

The heart, it needs a companion,
The soul will grow with a friend,
Even Narcissus needs a reflection to
See what is real or pretend
We all have our thoughts and ideas,
A gift that is given to all
Keeping them locked from the outside,
It’s a crime to silence the call

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Jump to the left, step to the right,
Bow to your partner, try not to fight
Spin counter clockwise
Resist the temptation to fall.

The journey through life is a long one,
The longest thing you’ll ever do
You’ll need a good pair of shoes
And they always turn up in twos
Laces or buckles or straps,
Prepare for the pathway ahead
A storybook stamped with adventure,
Memories live on when they’re shared

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