Hello, tall shoes
I don't remember when I last filled you but,
You can be sure I do remember you well.
I'm no St. Denis, no barren stop on my shoulders
And still I always find my head in my hands.
There are four dogs in the park, none of
them belong to me but
They all seem friendly enough.
Though I have friends here to and fro
and I don't spend many nights alone
I still feel more at home with these mutts.
I am never alone.
Don't remind me that it's so.
I need a covering and I need a cloak and what I need I must make
And what I make is my own.
This is not like it was when we were cubs when we were young,
And we made up our own rules.
This is not like it was when we were cubs when we were true,
And we used Chinese junk for jewels.
But in the weaker of my two hearts,
Well I still think there's a spark and if I'm smart
I'll wear it on my shoes.
But I am never alone.
Don't remind me that it's so.
I need a covering and I need a cloak and what I need I must make
And what I make is my own.



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