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Any God Will Do (copyright Bloom/Davis/O’Callaghan)
Recorded 11 March 2016

Lyrics

Well, I’ve never been to Boston and I’ve never been to Maine.
I knew a girl from Newark but I can’t recall her name.
And she said she’d played Las Vegas on a shoestring and a dime
and made enough to keep her pretty for a long, long time.

Chorus:
And she said,
“I don’t want to die when I grow old
but I know there’s nothing I can do at all
‘cause fate is like a dice that rolls and rolls
and in the end…any God will do.”

Well, some men live by the bible and some men live by the gun.
Some men they pray to heaven and some men pray to the sun.
Well I don’t believe those stories I heard so long ago
about the man who came to save us all and walked on water too.

Chorus
And he said,
“I don’t want to die when I grow old
but I know there’s nothing I can do at all
‘cause fate is like a dice that rolls and rolls
and in the end…any God will do.”

I knew a girl from LA who used to sing the blues.
But she traded all her love songs for a life time’s worth of booze.
She used to tell a story about a man she hardly knew
who haunted all her sleepless nights and tore her dreams in two

Chorus:
And she said,
“I don’t want to die when I grow old
but I know there’s nothing I can do at all
‘cause fate is like a dice that rolls and rolls
and in the end…any God will do.”

Bridge:
But it don’t matter any how,
we’ll all get by somehow,
and on every street in any town…
any God will do.