Glisten white light,
Bends in an arc.
In the morning,
With three storey stories.
Running down the lane,
Race each other home,
For sugar,
Chasing trails of leaves and laughs.

Every other day, used to stand so tall.
Show me which is the shallow end,
I am not that good.
You make way for meadows,
Someone call an architect.
Taught me all I know,
On floating summer spells.

Walter water made me better,
From four to five,
On Fridays playing at planes,
Off cobbled common.
A levengrove ago smile,
I have a picture in my mind,
That I remember you by.

Every other day, used to stand so tall.
Show me which is the shallow end,
I am not that good.
You make way for meadows,
Someone call an architect.
Taught me all I know,
On floating summer spells.

A levengrove ago smile,
I have a picture in my mind,
That I remember you,
That I remember you by.

Today (today) I made a wish,
Today (today) I made a wish,
Today (today) I made a wish,
Today (today).


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Walter Brock memorial pool song meanings
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