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VERTIGO
Patty Griffin


I grab a hold of your hand but then we both go tumbling

Tumbling, fallin

We used to makin a stand in the sinkin sand

Aint we darlin'?

No need to make up your mind when it's already made

We got all that we need right here on parade

Welcome to this dance we call ?????

There's something to this dance, somethin to it

We call it Vertigo

Just do the best you can do, that you know

Everyday the wind will blow

So don't look down and hang on to it

Vertigo

I take you out for a ride but you're already there

You got the breeze in your hair

You've been asleep at the wheel

Well here's your wake up call

Beware

You fallen under the wheels of a million dreams

I know how that feels

I know just what you mean

Gettin' caught in the wheels of the pagentry

Of a big machine

Can't keep it clean

What do they mean

Oh the Vertigo

Just do the best that you can do

That you know

Everyday the wind will blow

So don't look down

Hang on to it

Vertigo

I could be put you on but you'd just wear me out

Like a sweater

I could lend you my heart and my soul for a while

That'd be better

You've fallen under the wheels of a million dreams

I know how that feels I know just what you need

Getting caught in the wheels of the pagentry

Of the mystery of the big machine

Can't keep it clean

What do they mean?

Oh the Vertigo

Just do the best that you can do

That you know

Everyday the wind will blow

So don't look down

Hang on to it

Vertigo


PATTY GRIFFIN

Patty Griffin (born Patricia Jean Griffin on March 16, 1964, in Old Town, Maine) is an American Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and musician. Known for her stripped-down songwriting style centered around the folk music genre, her songs have been covered by a host of musicians including Emmylou Harris, Ellis Paul, Rory Block, and the Dixie Chicks. In 2007, she was the recipient of the Americana Music Association's "Artist of the Year" award and her album, Children Running Through, won for "Best Album". ... Read More