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Lyrics for Friday, Snow Day, Alan Doyle


Sea of No Cares
By Alan Doyle, Sean McCann, and Chris Trapper

When you're in love there's no time and no space
There's a permanent smile on your face
Your friends all complain that you're going insane
But the truth is they're just afraid

Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares
Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares

When you decide that what counts is inside
Your friends all say "It's a lie"
But there's no brighter light than the look in her eyes
When you're walking her home through the night

Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares
Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares

Let yourself go with the tide
There's an angel by your side
Tonight

Back at the bar getting cynically stoned
Your friends are drinking alone
But it's funny, they don't even cross your mind
When she asks you into her home

Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares
Hey somewhere
You threw your fear in the sea of no cares

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I had a very unusual November Thursday in that we woke up to snow. Paul thought about going in to work, but the county first delayed schools, then closed them when the snow started coming down harder and mixed with sleet, making the roads a mess. So he worked from home and I had a fairly quiet day working on a photo book. My kids had dinner together in Seattle, since younger son is there for a job interview.

We had tickets in the evening to see Alan Doyle at the Barns at Wolf Trap, and I was nervous about going because the local roads were a mess. But the concert was amazing -- Canadian country singer Whitney Rose opened and Doyle did a mix of his newer music, Great Big Sea songs, songs he and Russell Crowe did together...most of my favorites, and as always he had the audience singing along, clapping, and dancing!

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