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Wheel Don't Roll
by The Chris Robinson Brotherhood
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Wheel Don't Roll Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
It's the same old scene
It's the company you keep
It's a backstage drag
It's too late, it's too bad
It's funny how the time has changed
Verse 2
Like a sea sick fool
With nothing to lose
And little to gain
Just a hat full of rain
To hide my tears of love for the song
Verse 3
How you gonna go if your wheel don't roll?
How you gonna get on with out a dream?
Set your sails, I'll dig you a hole
We all could use a little sympathy
Verse 4
Red wine, sun rise
Hello, goodbye
Here is salt in your eye
Here's to waking up high
And knowing when to leave well enough alone
Verse 5
So don't live with a lie
That there is no time
To find love again
Hang your troubles on the wind
And sing the song that sets your soul free
Verse 6
How you gonna go if your wheel don't roll?
How you gonna get on with out a dream?
Set your sails, I'll dig you a hole
We all could use a little sympathy
Verse 7
Fire and water, tomorrow, yesterday
You can't be here if you don't know today
Sons and daughters, time to find your way
Let nothing come between you and the love you make, ooh
Verse 8
How you gonna go if your wheel don't roll?
How you gonna get on with out a dream?
Set your sails, I'll dig you a hole
We all could use a little sympathy
Verse 9
When the curtain calls
And it's lights out in the hall
We make way for the day
Pack the old guitars away
Rest my head and dream of my love

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