I tried the yellow pages
But you weren’t there
I’m spending unpaid hours
Trying to prove I care

Now the word is you live by the sea
So here I am in my Mercedes
Daffodils in the back seat
I wrote them off as expenses

Out here the waves are choppy
Like the way we used to be
And sunlight begs my new paint job as I look around
Thinking about my bankrupt heart and the sea

It was tough in the fast lane
I guess I left you behind
But I paid up my overheads
And now you’re back on my mind

I just want to ask for a chance
To bring you back for the city
I’m searching for golden sands
But I only find your footsteps

And your trail won’t deal with me
And now the sands are shifting
The wind is blowing hard
And I’m alone with my bankrupt heart and the sea

The front seat’s where I keep my cashbook
I won’t note this one down
Your love is a loss I can’t recover
Because it’s the only one I’ve found

Yeah, it’s the only one

Now I stare at the ocean
Wondering what went wrong with me
Done my best with all I’ve been given
But I still don’t have what I need

And business is all very well
But out here I’ve nothing to sell
If I’m honest
All I have is a bankrupt heart


Lyrics submitted by Vinnyz95

Daffodils and a Cashbook song meanings
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