Sometime-Someplace by Dogwood


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Sometime-Someplace
by Dogwood

Album: After The Flood Before The Fire


At the edge of the town
On the side of a hill
There lived a man that we call Bias
He had a sermon
And he couldn't keep it still
And every day he told it down upon us

As if to give a warnin'
He'd point to the sky
Every day, in the evenin'
And walkin' down the main road
With a tear in his eye
And in the sound of his voice
There was a grievin' as he said...

Sometime, someplace
You're gonna meet Him face to face
It may be mornin' and it may be night
Whatever time, make sure
Everything's all right

Now I was among those
Who'd called him insane
I never did really hear what he was sayin'
But then one day just like ol' Bias
The Lord, He called my name
And suddenly I found myself a-prayin'

Down in the city square
There was a mighty crowd
And I suppose
That I was a-prayin' mighty loud
But then when I arose
I pointed to the sky
And down through town
There came a parade
The old man, the Lord and I
And we sang

Sometime, someplace
You're gonna meet Him face to face
It may be mornin' and it may be night
Whatever time, make sure
Everything's all right

Now everything's all right
(Yes, everything's all right)
Now everything's all right
(Yes, everything's all right)
I hope He comes tonight
(Yes, everything's all right)
Ah, everything's all right
(Yes, everything's all right...)


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