I stand, here in uncertain times where, signposts are down and I can’t see
for all the fog in my eyes
You need, someone to hold you, you need, someone to mould with and I can’t,
see for the stars in my eyes.

That was where we ran aground and ended this
walked soft and made no sound, with shopping fits

Come back my way now
Don’t leave your girlish pride in the south
It’s warm here, it’s dry but I could learn to live without
And the second time you came back
though your fortunes were in doubt
There’s some thing, these warm things, bring reservations now
Reservations now.

Come down, oh I said he might come down
Throw away and you needn’t be sure if the quarter line’s on
You can, oh he said that you can
Come away and you needn’t be sure if you can belong

That was where we ran aground and ended this
Walked soft and made no sound, with shopping fits

Come back my way now
Don’t leave your girlish pride in the south
It’s warm here, it’s dry but I could learn to live without
And the second time you came back
though your fortunes were in doubt

There are sunbeams and string beans and reservations now,
Reservations now.


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