The Doobie Brothers On Every Corner

Brother, you’ve fallen far behind

What is it that’s on your mind

Sister, oh how do you decide

What do you see through your clouded eyes

On every corner I turn to

Some variation of “help me please”

Can’t pretend I don’t see you there

How should I feel

Brother, you’ve fallen to your knees

What do your children need

The distance is never out of reach

There’s only inches between you and me

On every corner I turn to

Some variation of “help me please”

Can’t pretend I don’t see you there

How should I feel

Hey, mister, well I’m lookin’ your way, you know

I wouldn’t ask if things weren’t like they were today

– Count up the corners of ’em, add up the dollars for ’em

Hey, mister, well I’m lookin’ your way, you know

– Ten thousand of ’em all over town

I wouldn’t ask if things weren’t like they were today

– But is it really helpin’, whatever I do

Hey, mister, well I’m lookin’ at you, you know

– Will I feel good about it, will I feel a fool

I hate to beg, ’cause I feel like such a fool

On every corner I turn to

Some variation of “help me please”

Can’t pretend I don’t see you there

How should I feel