I wrote a novel that nobody wanted
You wrote a love song that never got sung
You took a no return journey to nowhere
I had your name on the tip of my tongue
I heard you crying but kept right on walking
Left you alone though I knew it was wrong
Later, when holding you tight for the last time
I tasted your tears on the tip of my tongue
There was a churchyard containing some people
There was a minister giving a talk
He mentioned you often but you were still sleeping
I asked you to wake up and come for a walk
We’ll be together, forever, I told you
Nothing can break up a love that’s so strong
Forgetting my record of selfish stupidity
I let the lie slip off the tip of my tongue
And, oh, how I miss you, and wish I could go back
through time to the place where I know I belong
to undo the pain and the tears and the heartache
And taste your sweet lips on the tip of my tongue
© Copyright 2016 Chris Gerard. All rights reserved.
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