There’s a basket full of roads, that lead to places, most unknown.

Now we take one, of our own, but we can only view it a day at a time.

Steeling clocks couldn’t stop the time, and the next taxi could be yours or mine. And we, say goodbye cause its for the best. As some college campus books in one more new guest.

And I leave you all with a piece of my chest, sometimes a change is as good as a rest. And I’ll see you all every now and again, It’s just in leaps where it used to be steps.

I remember days gone by, when we dressed up floss in all the jewels we could find. From rugby club birthdays, to the princess bride where we were, inspired to action by a bald man named Brian. Or just jamming like today. Our New Years Eve party finished new years day.

And I leave you all with a piece of my chest, sometimes a change is as good as a rest. And I’ll see you all every now and again, It’s just in leaps where it used to be steps.

We lit a fire, burnt some food. The rashers were awful but the sausages were good. And I want to thank you, while your all in one place, for being good to me and my eccentric ways.

And I leave you all with a piece of my chest, sometimes a change is as good as a rest. And I’ll see you all every now and again, It’s just in leaps where it used to be steps.



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