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I Was Here (poem)
« on: June 09, 2004, 06:06:20 pm »
I Was Here

Everywhere I've been echoes
I've walked this path before
So many places
So much time
Oh, time

It's so strange how time works
I remember everything
My hands are filled with gold dust
It hits me softly that
I was here

Ridgewood pool, our place
So many swims
So many memories
Outside my house
So much fun
So many memories
I'm not alone with you
Everywhere we went
We were here

I walked down the hall to where we were
We almost kissed
David, it's all our's
Our place
No one else's
Room 137
6th hour
I loved our time
Our flits
Our fun
I miss you
The old you
We were there

"One with her hands open
'Don't be afraid' she said
'No one will know - just you and me'
And when it's over
I'll go back"

"You're just too used to my honey now"

Oh, time
I was here


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"One with her hands open 'Don't be afraid' she said 'No one will know - just you and me' And when it's over I'll go back" is written by Tori Amos in her song, "The Pool" on her "Winter" single.

"You're just too used to my honey now" is written by Tori Amos in her song, "Honey" on her "Cornflake Girl" single and her UK "Pretty Good Year" (part 2) single.
"If only I could get into that corner of your head."