Nothing at all © (lyrics)

Each morning brings, a drop of dew
Reminds me and you, that this is nothing new
When morning’s through, afternoon,
to run and sing, do a lot of things
Then afternoon draws, evening,
To sit and drink, laugh and think,
Then evening fights, darkened night
To dance and try, live a merry life,
But night must fall, on us all
Then morning comes, with a drop of dew,
For us two, to realise,
The full circle is through.

And if she said to me
we were nothing more
than ships passing in the night
How could I try,
Floods of tears in eyes
as she said, I must rise, like a butterfly
and you must walk, onto pastures new
seeking something true.
And don’t look back
I beg you; I beg you, please,
don’t look back this way,
back, direct into the sun.

But she said nothing, nothing of the sort;
in fact, nothing at all
No whisper,
nor talk,
no mention of thought,
and inside of me, something beautiful died.

A heartless way, for lovers to part
Or just, a circle of life
like Capulet, who took a toast
to forget, what she hadn’t said,
And Montague, just how could you?
React in haste, what a waste!
leaving her alone
no chance to phone
say what should be said
on a bigger stage
in a real play.

So she said nothing, nothing at all;
No whisper,
nor talk,
no mention of thought,
and inside of me, something beautiful died

And here I lie,
No whisper,
nor talk,
no mention of thought,
inside of me, something beautiful died.

 

©Do not copy and edit, or reproduce without permission from the author (Abelia May) and full acknowledgement of the author (Abelia May) and website address

https://abeliamayblog.wordpress.com/2017/11/10/nothing-at-all-lyrics/

 

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