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Charger 69

Today
I recall
Some years ago
My hands
Were too strong
To let them go
The dreams I had chosen
To live when I was seventeen
And all I have seen through
My eyes I won't let it go, no

My mother
Twist of fate
She was the first to
Blur away
Her curly
Hairdo
The rouge upon her mouth
I asked her smiling "do you love me?"

And father
Twist of fate
I stare in his eyes now
Everyday
He's dark and
Grave but
He speaks a lot right now
He tells the words I've always wanted

Brothers

All the crowds, all the lights
All the joy, all the fights
And all the times we waved goodbye

All the love, all the hate
All the miles that we ate
The Earth looked like a big balloon
The time we played on the Moon

The woman
That I love
She whispered in my ear
Yesterday
The blackest
Eyes and
That Mona Lisa smile
The scariest dream was to survive her

All the crowds, all the lights
All the joy, all the fights
And all the times we waved goodbye

All the love, all the hate
All the miles that we ate
The Earth looked like a big balloon
The time we played on the Moon

Now I'm
Old enough
To leave this town
And half
Of my memories
Are shaking me right now
I close my eyes, breathe out
And feel my Charger 69
I close my eyes, breathe out
And kiss my life goodbye

 
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