Blowing in the wind — exercise.

Blowing in the wind

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How many roads must a man walk (on, in, down)
before you call (he, him, himself) a man?
How many seas must (a, an, the) white dove fly,
before she (sleeping, sleeps, sleep) in the sand?
And how (less, many, much) times must a cannon ball fly,
before they’re forever banned?

The answer my friend is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind,
the answer is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind.

How many years can a mountain (be, exist, stay)
before it is washed (in, on, to) the sea?
How many years can some people exist,
before they’re allowed to be (free, freedom, freely)?
And how many times can a man turn (him, his, her) head,
and pretend that he just (don’t, doesn’t, isn’t) see?

The answer my friend is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind,
the answer is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind.

How many times must a man look (to, into, up)
before he (seing, see’s, sees) the sky?
And how many ears must one man (haven’t, have, has)
before he can hear people cry?
And how (little, many, much) deaths will it take till we know,
that too many people have died?

The answer my friend is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind,
the answer is (blew, blowing, blows) in the wind.

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