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YOU HAVE LIVED Don McLean 1974 Don McLean 1974 Don McLean is most famous for his landmark 1971 album (and song),‘American Pie'. Also sung by: Helen Reddy You have lived such a gentle life upon this earth That I am stunned by your sight If I could give but a token of the love you have Then I might not be this lonely tonight. Let them have their smug and their cool Confined by fashion and peer I love you for your courage in this frightened atmosphere. I love you for your courage in this frightened atmosphere. Ah, there are so few brave ones like you Need I explain never wondering what to do What to venture What to gain. And you have loved in a total way from flesh to soul You speak without coy, without pose Your eyes can see, that the emperor has lost his clothes And what’s more you'll tell the whole world what he stole. Let them have their fad and their fix Confined by fashion and peer I love you for your courage in this frightened atmosphere. I love you for your courage in this frightened atmosphere. (Transcribed by David Story - October 2013)

    


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