Lark's Song

Lark’s Song

Remember, dear, there once was love

Wrapped up in paper with a string around it so it wouldn’t break

But then it plunged

Right into the hands of one who set it free to run


Wrote it in a poem just for you

Jotted down in a diary right next to all those hopes and dreams for love

That won’t come true

Only because you’re just too scared to settle down my baby ooo


But you’ve gone the way of the birds, I see

Flying high on the wings of some dream

And when I come home to an open door I’ll know you’re finally free

I’ll wait here 'til you return to me

And like a lark I’ll just keep singing this melody


Love gets weary, life gets tired

I’ve seen my share of so much sorrow, broken hearts and tear-brimmed eyes

I know in time

You’ll see your love is sitting safe with me held close with mine


But you’ve gone the way of the birds, I see

Flying high on the wings of some dream

And when I come home to an open door I’ll know you’re finally free

I’ll wait here 'til you return to me

And like a lark I’ll just keep singing this melody


But you’ve gone the way of the birds, I see

Flying high on the wings of some dream

And when I come home to an open door I’ll know you’re finally free

I’ll wait here 'til you return to me

And like a lark I’ll just keep singing this melody