A HouseNow That I'm Sick

Now that I'm sick
Will I ever feel well again?
Now that I'm getting old
Will I ever retain my youth?

Now that I'm angry
Will I ever be able to forgive again?
Now that I feel threatened
Will I ever be able to live without fear?

You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much
You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much

Now that I'm weak
Will I ever be able to stand up by myself?
Now that I'm stupid
Will I ever be able to kill this mockingbird?

Now that I'm hungry
Will I ever be able to afford to feed myself?
Now that I'm poor
Can I ever live like those?

You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much
You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much

Now that we care, can we find in our hearts
To give to those, those who have not
Are we greedy, do we know it
And do we really care

Now that I'm angry, angry, angry
Now that I'm sick, now that I'm sick
Now that I'm sick, sick, sick

You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much
You know that I doubt it and I doubt it
I doubt it very much