Mark Heathcote

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Another Chance Is All I’m Asking For


Another chance I’ve asked for
But I know now the score
You’ve heard it all before…
And you can’t take no more.

Another chance is all I’m asking for
I’m rowing a little boat a little off shore
When; I called to you my sweet Elnore
But you won’t listen to these shadowy implores.

Another chance you made it clear you’d abhor
But still I have to outpour…
My soul to you my sweet Elnore
Who no one more than, I, could adore.

Oh another chance is all I ask you for
But I know now the score
You’ve heard it all before…
And you can’t take no more.

But all I’m asking for my sweet Elnore
Is one chance to prove the promise I swore?
And to row my little boat to your shore
My sweet Elnore, my sweet Elnore forevermore.

Submitted: Monday, December 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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