"Looking For A Wall" as written by and Gregory D./harwell Camp....
Met someone I knew before
The windowpane to the soul
They will never let you down
And we'd know
We've seen each other around

Doing the late night downtown crawl
Deep inside I know I'm sick and tired of it all
It comes too quick and goes too fast
Does anything ever last at all?

We're just looking for a wall to crash into
And me I'd be happy just bumping into you

Here I am and there they go
And if you ask me how I know
The oldest story in the world
Then I hope someday you'll know

That they'll never die if you never grieve
Everybody's moving to a place they gotta leave
So kill your TV and kill your phone
Be quiet and be alone with you

When technology solves apologies I will retire
With records and candles and pencils and cameras
And your soul in my eyes...


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"Looking for a Wall" as written by Gregory D. Camp Greg Camp

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    General CommentI think it's about a guy out late. He's drunk, and along the way who starts thinking about his problems in life. The title "Looking for a Wall" has a double meaning. It means literally looking for a place to crash for the night, and figuratively he's looking for someone to serve as a wall to stop his problems.
    ak11on November 29, 2006   Link

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