We Will Understand -- E minor
Revised Lyric: Dizozza/Arenella

("You Talk About Your Woman" - Sonnyboy Williamson)

We Will Understand - Final Version

And when you go, I don't need to know the reason.
There are reasons I can think of on my own.
So turn away, like I turn away before you
And observe the signs that we have always known.
We have today, where the sun is shining brightly 
And our clothes adorn us lightly.
It goes away, so we're heading for the distance 
Where the sun is in the mist behind the clouds.

Don't give me stories.  I accept what we've done.
We're freely searching for the one among the many.
No more "I'm sorry."  It's a phrase worn with age.
Let's make a difference.  Turn the page, if there are any.  

Let's take a vow, with hand in hand,
Then, if not now, we will understand.

Don't give me words; you don't have to say you're sorry
I would rather you were filling in the blanks.  
Come read the gauge in the center of my system 
As it radiates with gratitude and thanks.   
So when you go, shall we say you left me hanging, 
Not that I had been haranguing you?  
And as you stay, we will frame the world and change it, 
Making lovers out of strangers for a day.  

Don't give me stories.  I accept what we've done.
We're freely searching for the one among the many.
No more "I'm sorry," it's a phrase worn with age.
Let's make a difference. Turn the page, for there are many.
Let's take a vow, with hand in hand,
Then, if not now, we will understand.
Let's take a vow, with gland in gland.
Then, if not now, we will understand.

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("You Talk About Your Woman" - Sonny Boy Williamson)