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Slip Away
(Pat Robinson)


Grandpa the blacksmith
The old man to relax me
Used to rock himself off to sleep
He was holding a picture
My old friend
When he passed away peacefully

A man of compassion
Very old fashioned
With never a lot extra to say
He used to lean on the railings
In the wind and the rain
And love will not slip away

Slip away
Slip away
Love will not slip away
He used to lean on the railings
In the wind and the rain
And love will not slip away

Let the rain wash you clean
Let the wind hold your dreams
To the doorstep of the Heavens above
You may see why you're there
And you think it isn't fair
You should hold on to that faith in love

Slip away
Slip away
Love will not slip away
He used to lean on the railings
In the wind and the rain
And love will not slip away

Slip away
Slip away
Love will not slip away
He used to lean on the railings
In the wind and the rain
And love will not slip away