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  1. In And Out

From the album Web In The Corner

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For those that know the unshakeable dedication of a canine companion, there is beauty, and truth, in this delicate acoustic love song.

Lyrics

On the porch
my old dog's waiting
laying there,
her front paws hanging.
Breathing in
so nice and easy
open eyes
taking in the seasons.
Oh from what
I see,
there's sure a lot for me to learn just
watching her breathe.

In and out
from the house to the yard
In and out of my arms,
in and out of the car.
In and out
through the passing of time,
that steady constant friend
was always mine.

At the door
my old dog's waiting,
standing there
with her long tail wagging.
A routine
twenty years in the making,
now those easy golden years
are all that she's taking.

Oh from what,
from what I've seen,
that loving soul,
with fur and tail,
was always training me.

In and out
from the house to the yard
In and out of my arms,
in and out of the car.
In and out
through the passing of time,
that steady constant friend
was always mine.

In and out of my heart;
beating time with her tail,
caring eyes full of love,
and a bark.

Down the road,
when my own life is slower,
I'll just smile
knowing she's getting closer
once again,
with her long tail wagging;
now those easy golden years
will be worth my own waiting.

Oh from what,
from what I've seen,
there's nothing there to doubt at all,
she'll be waiting there for me.

In and out
from the house to the yard
In and out of my arms,
in and out of the car.
In and out
through the passing of time,
that steady constant friend
was always mine,
in and out.

In and out.