We were forced to chop up the train seats and tables for the fire
As the wind howled through the windows
And the brown-lace curtains couldn't kill the breeze
Exactly fifty years ago tonight
It's just a shame that there are no photographs from this time

Through the attic windows the moon grows in the sky
And I'm glad and happy looking
For a moment that could capture my heart

This house would be a ruin before you know it
No matter how many times you wipe that table
There is no escape
You'd be a fool to believe it
It's just too bad you didn't take more photographs
It's with a mix of disappointment and surprise
You comb your black hair over your eyes
As a throw back to another time

But I'm just happy looking for your eyes
You know that I'm just happy looking for your eyes
I like the colour that they set off in my heart
Act as a tie


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