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I’m taking my frown to a far distant town.

This is one of those moments where I have something to say, well many things to say, but care too much about what you think of me to be honest, real, open, and sincere, which are all things I try and guarantee on this blog. So, I’m disappointed in myself that I don’t have the courage to post today. Overall, just disappointed in myself. Just as easily as I’m able to turn that cheeriness on am I able to turn it off. So, I guess this is a choice. I’m not good at being cryptic and am very much aware that I just come off as annoying, so I’m going to stop now before I embarrass myself anymore.

This is as close to anything real I have for you all tonight. Far away, far away. I want to go far away.

I will live my life as a lobsterman’s wife on an island in the blue bay
He will take care of me, he will smell like the sea,
And close to my heart he’ll always stay

I will bear three girls all with strawberry curls, little Ella and
Nelly and Faye
While I’m combing their hair, I will catch his warm stare
On our island in the blue bay

Far away far away, I want to go far away
To a new life on a new shore line
Where the water is blue and the people are new
To another island, in another life

There’s a boy next to me and he never will be anything but a boy at the bar
And I think he’s the tops, he’s where everything stops
How I love to love him from afar

When he walks right pass me then I finally see on this bar stool I can’t stay
So I’m taking my frown to a far distant town
On an island in the blue bay.
Far away far away, I want to go far away
To a new life on a new shore line
Where the water is blue and the people are new
To another island, in another life

I want to go far away
Away away, I want to go far away, away, away
I want to go far away, far away

Where the water is blue and the people are new
To another life, to another life
To another shoreline, in another life

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