Lee McVicar

Rookie (May 1st 1981)

All Night Long


The way I see the world,
It's all a loney road,
A road that I've been on,
For too long, so I'm told,

She was on the search,
On this loney road of mine,
But I was hidden deep,
And me, she could not find,

-chorus-
But she walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me
And she walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me

I heard her call my name,
As I lifted my head,
'My search is now complete,
Please come with me, ' she said,

'The second time around,
Is easier, you'll see,
Before I looked for you,
I had to search for, me',

-chorus-
But I walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me
And I walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me

And as we left the road,
I took a look around,
I thought I'd see myself,
But I was no where to be found,

-chorus-
But we walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me
And we walked all night long, all night long, but couldn't find me

Submitted: Monday, July 24, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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