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Amy England Summertown: Listen

Twenty-twenty Vision

This goes out to all the twenty-somethings out there. What a confusing ( & glorious!) time.
Twenty-six years in my life, twenty-four hours in this day
Twenty-two hundred miles from you and I think that's too far away.
Twenty thousand things I should be doing, but I have lost my way
Twenty-two hundred miles from you, my direction has gone astray.

Twenty-twenty Vision but my heart is blind,
Twenty-twenty Vision but I can't see
That if he were seeing clearly, loving my dearly
He'd be right here with me.

Twenty-one jobs that donÂ’t have, this boredom makes me blue.
Twenty minutes left of As The World Turns and I wonder what Blake would do.
Twenty cigarettes in a full pack, killing time alone,
Two more bottles of beer on the wall just make me want to telephone.

Twenty-twenty Vision but my heart is blind,
Twenty-twenty Vision but I can't see
That if he were seeing clearly, loving my dearly
He'd be right here with me.

Today is twenty-seven years in my life, still twenty-four hours in each day
Twenty-two hundred miles from you and I think thatÂ’s too far away.
Twenty-one miles going too fast, in a twenty-five speed limit zone.
Yes, Officer, I suppose you could say that my mind ain't on the road.

I got Twenty-twenty Vision I saw that stop sign
Twenty-twenty Vision but I can't see
That if he were seeing clearly, loving my dearly
He'd be right here with me.
Twenty-twenty Vision but my heart is blind,
Twenty-twenty Vision but I can't see
That if you were seeing clearly, and loving me dear
You'd be right here with me.