"Rocking Horse" as written by Rosalie Cunningham and Ed Turner....
Look here, picture if you can
An old photograph in my hand
Gaze in, remember if you can
Hazy days, far away lands

By the river we played side by side
With a tree trunk and a tune
Drawing the scene on a etch-a-sketch
Looned by the friend of a friend you once knew

I'll buy you a rocking horse
Take you to places you knew before

Time left us blind with old newspaper eyes
And when paper money was less than exciting
And yet coins were inviting
Like silver suns

Look here, picture if you can
An old photograph in my hand

In our own secret garden we play
I the spider, you the fly
Counting the woodlice that crawl at our feet
Don't ask when, don't ask where, don't ask why

I'll buy you a rocking horse
Take you to places you knew before

Time left us blind with old newspaper eyes
And when paper money was less than exciting
And yet coins were inviting
Like silver suns


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