Robert "BlindDog" Cook

Robert "BlindDog" Cook

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Folk - Alternative | Marshall, Texas, United States
Total Song Plays: 559   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Safety In Numbers

Down on the corner, where I was a kid
They don?t even remember the things that we did
The late nights of drinking, and playing guitar
No one there now can remember that far

And maybe your old neighborhood?s that way too
An nobody ever took notice of you
We played until dawn, while the good people slumbered
Down there, it was safety in numbers
We knew it was safety in numbers

Remember that club, that we played at, downtown
It?s all boarded up, and they?re tearing it down
I guess they never really listened to our whimsical tunes
Selling our souls to that dark smoky room
And there?s a parking lot going up soon

But if they?ve taken all the things that I love there away
Tell me, why would I stop to park anyway?
And if your whole world grew up, and it left you asunder
Then, maybe there?s safety in numbers
Maybe there?s safety in numbers

I woke up, and looked in the mirror today
There don?t seem to be anymore hiding the gray
If I could have stopped being the angry young man
I just might have done all the things that I planned
And they say you can?t start over again

But maybe your whole life?s been the same as mine
And all you ever needed was a little more time
And if you?re like me, in, at least, that you wonder
Then, maybe there?s safety in numbers
Maybe there?s safety in numbers

Song Length
Country - Alternative, Folk - Alternative

Lyric Credits Robert BlindDog Cook
Music Credits Robert BlindDog Cook
Publisher Credits Genesis House Publshing - BMI, All Rights Reserved
Performance Credits BlindDog World Headquarters