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​Down Too Deep

This song is by Dougie MacLean and appears on the album Butterstone (1989) and on the album Early (2003).

Another day almost gone
It won't be long till you are out of here and you will soon be home
Just thank god it's Friday night
I know a little bar where you can disappear quite out of sight

You don't laugh like you should
You don't smile like you should
'Cause life has torn the ground from underneath your feet
And I can't reach you, you're down too deep

Your wife says she that there's no chance
To rediscover all those happy days of love and true romance
And it's the same for all her friends
It's just the children that matter now you've got to meet the ends

You don't laugh like you should
You don't smile like you should
'Cause life has torn the ground from underneath your feet
And I can't reach you, you're down too deep

So you will watch the children grow
And you will justify the sacrifice but you' will never let it show
It's the heavy hand of fate
You know that dreams are made for dreaming you just realised
Too late

You don't laugh like you should
You don't smile like you should
'Cause life has torn the ground from underneath your feet
And I can't reach you, you're down too deep