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by Mikey
Rated: E · Lyrics · Parenting · #1790280
A song I wrote about desperateness and consequences of past actions.
Surrey Gate


The boy rode on the road to Revada
Little had been accomplished of late
It's always this same situation
Nothing ever gets accomplished this way

The sun shone bright behind him
Cast a long shadow on the dusty ground
Reminded him of someone
someone yet to be found

Because she left him at one and moved in with a man
A man with destructive tendencies
The boys just a boy and all boys are the same
All boys have certain dependencies

He'll get her someday
He'll get her someday
Maybe it will be this way
He'll get her someday

He remembers that night clearly
It was never gonna pass him by
Precious information had been found
And the awaited phonecall was nigh

She resides in a place called surrey
And he'll never get there own his own
The accomodation was abandoned
The love and care overthrown

He'll get her someday
He'll get her someday
Maybe it will be this way
He'll get her someday

The waiting was nearly over
And the place in the photograph could be seen
A compound of mixed emotions
Should he laugh, or cry, or scream?

The boy arrived at this place
And for the hurt inside he could no longer care
He opened the gate above him
And his mother was standing there

He'll get her someday
He'll get her someday
Maybe it will be this way
He'll get her someday
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