Cockeyed Grin

03:02
Tom and Barb Webber
Barbara T. Webber (c) 2004

Lyrics

The moon hangs in the sky with a cockeyed grin

Something's coming my way but it won't say when

Something good, something bad

Tip a smile and it turns real sad

But I choose, I choose, I choose to believe

That the moon wears a cockeyed grin

 

A copper penny lays lost in a busy street

Tarnished by the wind, the dirt, the sleet.

Heads or tails, win or fail

Maybe luck will tip these scales

But I choose, I choose, I choose to believe

That good luck’s at my feet

 

Long have I sailed these salty seas

Red skies at dawn still frighten me

Wait for the evening's blushing sun

Blessings on a day well-done

 

Morning coffee and the daily horoscope

Cruise control or struggling up a slope

Preordained, free-will gained

Finding ways to cheat life’s pain.

 

But I choose, I choose, I choose to believe

But I choose, I choose, I choose to believe

I choose, I choose, I choose to believe

That every day brings new hope.

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The award-winning, Milwaukee-based singer-songwriter duo, Tom and Barb Webber, celebrate the release of their sixth CD, “Fragile.” This latest collection of original songs represents a musical pilgrimage through a labyrinth of hauntingly beautiful explorations of the human condition. The listener is led to explore personal but universally recognizable stories of love and loss, challenge, pain and suffering, as well as songs expressing exuberant joy, redemption and celebration. Each of Tom and Barb’s songs, reveal a glint of the promise of grace.

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