Assisted Living

Assisted Living (4:49)


Assisted Living
Assisted


All THINGS CONSIDERED You Were RIGHT
WHEN YOU TOLD ME NOT To Go There That NIGHT
BUT I Had WHISKEY Yet To PISS
& Silver DOLLARS In My FIST
& Way Too Many BUCKETS On My LIST


In ALCATRAZ
I Paid MY DUES &
I Paid IN CASH
IT ALL GOES BY So FAST


ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU


Assisted Living
Assisted


I Said
All THINGS CONSIDERED You Must Have KNOWN
THAT I WAS TROUBLE Going In That JOINT ALONE
BUT I HAD WOMEN On My ARM
& A Lucky RABBIT’S FOOT For CHARM
& A SMITH & WESSON Just To KEEP Me WARM


In ALCATRAZ
I Paid MY DUES &
I Paid IN CASH
IT ALL GOES BY So FAST


ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU
ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU


Assisted Living
Assisted


I Was On The RIGHT TRACK
But I Was On The WRONG TRAIN
Circulation Slowing In MY BRAIN
Pandora’s DIAMONDS
(Meanwhile The Country Changes)
Come My SLEEP To TAKE
(The Country Changes, The Country Changes)
The DREAMS I Cannot KEEP
When I’m AWAKE
& I Gotta BE The DIFFERENCE
In Your LIFE For Heaven’s SAKE


Assisted Living
Assisted


I Say
All THINGS CONSIDERED You Were WISE
WHEN You TOLD Me NOT To Let My TEMPER RISE
BUT WHAT You Don’t UNDERSTAND
IS THAT When Things Get OUT Of HAND
My ATTITUDE Gets BIGGER Than MY SIZE


In ALCATRAZ
I Paid MY DUES &
I Paid IN CASH
IT ALL GOES BY So FAST


ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU


Assisted Living
Assisted


In ALCATRAZ
I Paid MY DUES &
I Paid IN CASH
IT ALL GOES BY So FAST


ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU
ASSISTED Living
Assisted LIVING
All I WANT IS To SPEND MY LIFE WITH YOU


Assisted Living
Assisted


(Dedicated to St. Francis of Assisted Living ! )

 

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All songs written, arranged, produced, performed & conceived by Sananda Maitreya,

except for “I Don’t Know How To Love” written by Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber.

And for “You Won’t See Me” written by John Lennon, Paul McCartney.