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Rated: E · Lyrics · Romance/Love · #1702323
(The wind is gossiping with the trees) A Country Western Song Winner!
Whispers
(The wind is gossiping with the trees)


Daylight is fading and the night is near.
Lookin' out the window, wishing you were here.
Your message playing on the telephone
says I will spend another night alone.
I can tell that there is something wrong –
in the background I can hear a song,
the sounds of laughter that you try to hide
before you hang up and I'm put aside.

Outside the wind is whisp'ring to the trees
about the rumors that it's heard,
about the heartbreak that it sees.
I hear every single word ...
and the wind is gossiping with the trees.
In my heart I know it's true.
Just like the words upon the breeze -
it's time for me to move on too.

I toss and turn, another sleepless night,
and I am torn between what's wrong and right.
My heart is breaking from your constant lies
but I just can't accept a compromise.
I pack my bags and head into the sun;
I've found the strength to finally say "It's done."
The wind won't gossip about you again -
only fading echoes in my heart remain.

Outside the wind is whisp'ring to the trees
about the rumors that it's heard,
about the heartbreak that it sees.
I hear every single word ...
and the wind is gossiping with the trees.
In my heart I know it's true.
Just like the words upon the breeze -
it's time for me to move on too.

Just like the words upon the breeze -
it's time for me to move on too ... and say good-bye.

Notes
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Prompt: Number 4: "wind gossiping with the trees" (Note: must be used as a line in the song.)

I need music to write so I "stole" the music from "To Say Goodbye" by Joey and Rory. Please hear the original at YouTube  

Thank you for taking time to read my words. I would appreciate it if you took a moment and left a comment. Your reaction, impressions, criticisms, - yes, even praise *Smile* are all equally welcome.

Ken
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