It may look to you like nothing much to see
But you should see the way it feels to me
Here's the sidewalk I used to ride my bike
Down this little slope, down my little mountain
Start by the driveway, spin it up to speed
Be careful of that gravel, 'cause it's nasty on the knees
Watch out for the brances on that apple tree
Soar down to the corner
Well, I guess it's not as high as a remember
It might not be a mountain after all
But it was hard enough to climb
Steep enough to coast
Long enough to satisfy
And fast enough to boast
It may look to you like nothing much to see
But you should see the way it feels to me
Here's the treehouse I used to spend my night
Up this little tree, way up in my mansion
Jump to the first branch, walk it upside down
Be careful of your grip, 'cause it's a long way to the ground
You etter get a handhold before you look around
You can see into forever
Well, I guess it's not as high as I remember
It might not a mansion after all
But it was hard enough to climb
Safe enough to sleep
Big enough to satisfy
And home enough for me
It may look to you like nothing much to see
But you should see the way it feels to me
Here's the old man who used to be the child
So long ago, not so very long ago
Look at the memory, think of all those years
Looking through the sparkle of the sunlight in a tear
You better take another look before you disapear
You can see across your lifetime
So I look at where I've come and where I'm going
I will never be the greatest after all
But it was hard enough to climb
To get to where I've been
Love enough to satisfy
And life enough to live
I may look to you like nothing much to be
But you should see the way it feels to me
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You Should See The Way It Feels Lyrics

David Wilcox – You Should See The Way It Feels Lyrics

Songwriters: DAVID WILCOX
You Should See The Way It Feels lyrics © SOROKA MUSIC LTD.

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