"Wheels May Rust"

by Mark Spiro

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Wheels May Rust

My uncles in the coast guard continental shelf
27 years now he's worried bout his health
Wheels may rust, dust to dust
Look at how the time goes by

my mother was a housewife, flowers in her hair
She stood beside her man but it never got her anywhere
Wheels may rust, dust to dust
Look at how the time goes by

I can't afford to change, anymore
I can't afford to go home anymore

My brothers in a junkyard moving auto parts
his wife has got a boyfriend i think he's losing heart
Wheels may rust, dust to dust
Look at how the time goes by

I can't afford to change, anymore
I can't afford to go home anymore

I spent a lot of time in the city
and I spent a lot of time on the sea
I let a lot of time pass thinking that the grass might be greener
and greener and greener..

Some people think I'm a poet
but most people think I'm a fool
So I cling to my woman cause god only knows that I need her
I need her I need her

My father did a good job, you gotta shake his hand
I gave him such a hard time but still he understands
Wheels may rust, dust to dust
Look at how the time goes by

My Grandpas getting old now he plays the clarinet
The nights are getting cold but It hasn't happened yet
Wheels may rust, dust to dust
Look at how the time goes by…bye

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released March 15, 2012
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