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  1. THINK OF ME

Words and Music: Tony "Ant" Wilson

Musical arrangement by Peter Ware and Sean Andrew Murray

Lyrics

Words and Music: Tony “Ant” Wilson (c)

THINK OF ME

There's a warm wind coming from the ocean
There's a lone bird skimming on the sea
On days like these I think about you
I wonder if you ever think of me

Think of me, think of me,
I wonder if you ever think of me

We were crazy when we ran around together
We were crazy when your brother bought that gun
Yes we were wild and went hell for leather
But we never should have done the things we done
Things we done, things we done
We never should have done the things we done

Think of me, think of me,
I wonder if you ever think of me

Running with the Devil lays a price on your head
And we paid with our notoriety
I never ever thought that you’d find someone else instead
Now I wonder if you ever think of me
I wonder if you ever think of me

Like motorcycle desperadoes
How we'd end up we just couldn't see
But you found a better life as a mother and a wife
And I wonder if you ever think of me
Think of me, think of me,
I wonder if you ever think of me

If you're running with the Devil there's a price upon your head
And we paid with our notoriety
I never ever thought that you’d find someone else instead
Now I wonder if you ever think of me
I wonder if you ever think of me

Now Billy Ray and Carmen are in prison
And Mary hopes one day they will get free
Most every week I think about them
And I wonder if you ever think of me
Think of me, think of me
I wonder if you ever think of me
Think of me, think of me
I wonder if you ever think of me.