BRIDGES

 

I walked through the city in Grey cobblestones

I dodged the umbrellas with you on the phone

you said you were done and you’d wait for me at home

and you’d warm up the house so I wouldn’t be cold

 

I stopped at the shop to buy 1 loaf of bread

I came to the bridges where time we had spent

I stood for a moment with you in my head

and I got on the bus with my pound and my ten 

 

this feeling’s out

this feeling’s out

a fire be burnin through all of my limbs 

yes I knew I did

 

I stayed staring out as the people poured in

watching the rain and feeling the wind

I counted brick houses and the fields they were in

as I came to a town called old Bonnyrigg

 

my legs they aching I couldn’t feel them no more

and my arms they were shaking but not ‘cause of the cold

my stomach was empty and my fingers were sore

and I knew that I loved you as I came to the door

 

 

this feeling’s out

this feeling’s out

a fire be burnin through all of my limbs 

yes I knew I did

 

I came through the door I saw you standing there

I dropped down my bags and I took out my hair

you asked what was wrong and you gave me a stare

and I told you I loved you, I wasn’t going nowhere

 

 

this feeling’s out

this feeling’s out

a fire be burnin through all of my limbs 

yes I knew I did

yes I knew I did

yes I knew I did