On second street, an avenue
I never thought I’d be with you,
and now the years have left us both estranged.
I wasn’t sure that I was blue,
having met so many few,
I needed them then but now I’ve changed.
And if I am not looking back,
I’ll never feel the need to crack,
I’ve gotta keep my head on straight.
Books and papers in a stack,
atop them all your face is black,
I guess I’ve begun to feel the weight.
But life is short and love is long,
and you’re in need of another song,
So why don’t I just pack my bags and leave.
But every time I think to do,
What we both know we want me to,
I have to stop a while and believe.
When the rain falls hard I’ll call it quits
as something in your voice admits,
that we’re better off apart you and me.
But I just can’t handle this, it’s
a deadly game your heart of wits,
And so I think I’ll just wait and see.
Goodbye to love is never right,
I wish that we had known we might,
break apart like warming ice.
Then I’d have had the great foresight,
not to guide myself with your light,
and instead braced for snake-eyed dice.
I guess it’s just this waiting heart,
that buries itself beneath the art,
of making love and missing the point.
But I’d do it again, know that it’s,
just to play your heart of wits
and in its warmth, myself anoint.
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