"My Sunday Feeling"
music and lyrics by Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), 25th Anniversary Boxed Set: Remixed Classic Songs and The Beacon Bottoms Tapes (1993), Living With The Past (2002), This Was (remaster) (2002), Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle of Wight 1970 (2004)

My Sunday feeling is coming on over me
My Sunday feeling is coming on over me
Now that the night is over
Got to clear my head so I can see
Till I get to put together
That old feeling won't let me be
Won't somebody tell me
Where I laid my head last night?
Won't somebody tell me
Where I laid my head last night?
I really don't remember
But with one more cigarette and I think I might
Till I get to put together
Well that old feeling can't get me right
Need some assistance
Have you listened to what I said?
Need some assistance
Have you listened to what I said?
Oh, I don't feel so good
Need someone to help me to my bed
Till I get to put together
That old feeling is in my head

"Some Day The Sun Won't Shine For You"
music and lyrics by Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), A Little Light Music (1992), 25th Anniversary Boxed Set: The Beacons Bottom Tapes (1993), Living With The Past (2002), This Was (remaster) (2002), The Best of Acoustic Jethro Tull (2007)

In the morning, gonna get my things together
Packing up and I'm leaving this place
I don't believe you'll cry
There'll be a smile upon your face
I didn't think how much you'd hurt me
That's something that I laugh about
Bring in the good times, baby
And let the bad times out
That old sun keeps on shining
But someday it won't shine for you
In the morning I'll be leaving
I'll leave your mother too

"Beggars Farm"
music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams and Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), 25th Anniversary Boxed Set: Potpourri - Live Across The World and Through The Years (1993), The Best Of Jethro Tull: The Anniversary Collection (1993), This Was (remaster) (2002)

You're taking chances
And your reputation's going down
Going out in the night-time
You think you make no sound
But you don't fool me
'Cos I know what you feel
If you ignore the things I say
Someday soon's going to find you
'Way down on Beggar's Farm
I pay my money for no returns
You think I need you
Going to find someone, oh you don't fool me
'Cos I know what you feel
When you go out I won't ask you why
And I won't worry when I see you
Lying down on Beggar's Farm
When You run to me, going to turn away
Won't even listen when you try to say
That you were only fooling round
'Ccos I know what you feel
But if you ask me nicely
Woman, I'll wake up early one day soon
And I'll visit you down on Beggar's Farm

"Move On Alone"
music and lyrics by Mick Abrahams

This Was (1968), This Was (remaster) (2002)

I feel so sad now that she's gone
I've been loving that woman too long
There is no place to go
Because my friends have all moved
Got nothing but sit in the sun
Got tired of crying
Guess I'll move on alone
My bed is so empty and my heart is grown cold
Guess I'll just die before I grow old
The place is untidy
That's `cos I ain't done my dirt
I just grown tired of thinking, got tired of crying
Guess I'll move on alone

"Serenade To A Cuckoo" (Instrumental)
music by Roland Kirk

This Was (1968), This Was (remaster) (2002)

"Dharma For One" (Instrumental)
music by Ian Anderson and Clive Bunker; lyrics by Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), Living In The Past (1972) (with lyrics), Through The Years (1997), This Was (remaster) (2002), Nothing Is Easy: Live At The Isle of Wight 1970 (2004)

Introduction: "She's really turned on by the television and vice-versa. Here's a song called, and it still features Clive. Oh it's a, yes right, rearranged though never the less, a new lease in life, ha. In other words it's just a bit louder, Dharma For One..."

Dharma, seek and you will find
Truth within your mind, Dharma
Dharma, each to his own we say
Together we'll end astray, Dharma
Truth is like freedom
It doesn't fool me, being true to yourself
Never think that you're free
Dharma will come eventually

Exit: "Thank you, Clive Bunker, thank you all, thank you, good night!"

"It's Breaking Me Up"
music and lyrics by Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), This Was (remaster) (2002)

So many long days, in so many ways
I try to get through to what lies
Deep inside of you
Oh, baby, I said, you're breaking me up
Woman, yeah, you're breaking me down
You're lying in little pieces, scattered all around
You're doing your worst to see me get hurt
You're waiting to see
The tears running out of me
But, oh, baby, I said you're breaking me up
Woman, you're breaking me down
You're lying in little pieces, scattered all around
My tears have run dry and you wonder why
I've found a new woman
Who don't do the things you can
Oh, baby, I said you're breaking me up
Woman, you're breaking me down
You're lying in little pieces
Scattered all around

"Cat's Squirrel" (Instrumental)
music arranged by Mick Abrahams

This Was (1968), This Was (remaster) (2002)

"A Song For Jeffrey"
music and lyrics by Ian Anderson

This Was (1968), Living In The Past (1972), 20 Years Of Jethro Tull: I. Radio Archives and The Rare Tracks (Released But Only Just) (1988), 25th Anniversary Boxed Set: Remixed Classic Songs, Carnegie Hall Live, New York City 1970, and Potpourri - Live Across The World and Through The Years, The Best Of Jethro Tull: The Anniversary Collection (1993), Aqualung 25th Anniversary Special Edition (1996), The Very Best of Jethro Tull (2001), This Was (remaster) (2002)

Gonna lose my way tomorrow
Gonna give away my car
I'd take you along with me
But you would not go so far
Don't see what I do not want to see
You don't hear what I don't say
Won't be what I don't want to be
I continue in my way
Don't see, see, see where I'm goin'
Don't see, see, see where I'm goin'
Don't see, see, see where I'm goin' to
I don't want to
Everyday I see the mornin'
Come on in the same old way
I tell myself tomorrow brings me
Things I would not dream today

"Round" (Instrumental)
music by Ian Anderson, Mick Abrahams, Clive Bunker, Glenn Cornick, and Terry Ellis

This Was (1968), This Was (remaster) (2002)