From the album MOON

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Bass: Larry Vitas
Drums: Michel Langevin
Acoustic guitar: Mack MacKenzie
Electric guitars: Mack MacKenzie, Roderick Shearer
Vocals: Mack MacKenzie
Backing vocals: Stu MacKenzie

Lyrics

Ballad of an Ignorant Man
(Mack MacKenzie) 3:40

Thank goodness for forgiveness
For an ignorant man has wandered
In my room and in my yard
He was not looking very far
He could not see past the moon
On the clearest afternoon
He loved the water and the wine
But could not understand how time could drag or fly
But never seem to fall
He found happiness in hell
But he knew he'd never live to tell
Because his selective memory isn't what it used to be

Thank goodness for forgiveness
For an ignorant man has stumbled
In my coat and in my shoes
Painted green and blue
To match the water and the sky
But still he could not reason why he was filled with dread
And nothing seemed to fit
He found happiness in hell
But he knew he'd never live to tell
Because his selective memory isn't what it used to be

Thank goodness for forgiveness
For an ignorant man has witnessed
In my heart and in my soul
He only did as he was told to do and say
He could not turn away
He found happiness in hell
But he knew he'd never live to tell
Because his selective memory isn't what it used to be
Yeah, he found happiness in hell
But he knew he'd never live to tell
Because his selective memory isn't what it used to be