Somewhere On Down The Road

And it’s one for the singing and two for the song,
Three for the fiddler who keeps us in time.
Four for the melody, five for the harmony,
Six for the mem’ries we all leave behind.

Somewhere on down the road,
Somewhere on down the road.
We’ll all meet again, somewhere on down the road.
 
The nights drawing in and we’re sharing a glass,
With friends and relations who lighten our load.
With songs and with laughter the minutes all pass,
But we’ll all meet again, somewhere on down the road.

Through days that are dark and cross miles that are long,
When sometimes we think we get more than is owed.
But on some sunny day we will rise up I know,
And we’ll all meet again, somewhere on down the road.

There’s a fair wind for travelling and songs to be sung,
And a welcome that says come you in from the cold.
If you look through the dark there’s a light and a sign,
And we’ll all meet again, somewhere on down the road.

Somewhere On Down the Road
© W. J. Adair/Sad Jeb Music 2010

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