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Dead End Road
 
Been walking this road, with
two dead ends
Your memory keeps
returning, again and again
The moon doesn't glow and
the stars don't shine
And as I search for your
face, I keep falling behind
I looked at my watch, seems
it stopped yesterday
So I take a deep breath, and
continue on my way
I stare at the darkness, and
see nothing but black
As I listen for sounds, A chill
crawls up my back
Chorus:
I've worn a hole in my shoe, a
week ago today
My eyes are so tired, but
there's no where to lay
It's so dark and lonely, as I
try to keep pace
For this dead end road, has
taken your place
My mind starts to worry, if
you'll ever return
As the dark turns to gray,
your arms I still yearn
I realize were through, as I
rest for awhile
For I no longer can search, or
walk one more mile
Chorus:
I've worn a hole in my shoe, a
week ago today
My eyes are so tired, but
there's no where to lay
It's so dark and lonely, as I
try to keep pace
For this dead end road, has
taken your place

By George_Martin

© 2015 George_Martin (All rights reserved)

 

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