"Once Upon A Time" as written by and Jeremy Max Finer....
The hour's late and the lights are low
I'm walking home just kicking stones
I waited at the deopt you never showed
You missed the last bus hours ago

I remember the first time
I saw you on the street
You looked so pretty my heart skipped a beat
I can't wait any longer but I still feel the heat

I'm down but I'm still on my feet
I walked on down the old fairground
Up from the docks blew a lonely sound
I sat for a while on the cold hard ground

Watched the stars slowly turn as the earth spun around
As the past falls behind up ahead there's a crack
Of light shining bright through the night so black
Like a runaway train rolling down the track

From here there's no turning back
Listen to me baby
Once upon a time
My heart was an ocean

You swam against the tide
The time is past for grieving
My tears have all run dry
I'll leave you with my love

And now I say goodbye
The bottles broke the glasses are cracked
The cards are all dealt and the chips have been stacked
The lamp shades busted and the curtains are torn

The door keeps knocking but there's nobody home
I stood by the road brushed a tear from my eye
Cursed the cars and the rain and the rolling grey sky
I turned around turned my back on that town

And I never looked back again

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"Once Upon a Time" as written by Jeremy Max Finer

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    General CommentThis song is about a guy waiting for a girl to show up. She once went out on a limb for him ("swam against the tide") and he seems to love her but he has to leave town and is tired of waiting for her. She's probably always late so he's always waiting for her, and he's finally had enough and decides to leave without her.
    epiwooshon February 02, 2014   Link

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