Craig Turner

Rookie (07/11/1985 / Gloucester)

Days In Bed

I stare out of the window,
Im sure there's something there,
Been spending days in bed,
With no grudge to bare.

I stare out over rainbows,
Looking to fly,
Somewhere noone goes
Something that's mine.

The minds eye goes blind,
As more dreams run dry.

Your losing momentum,
Your losing your head,
You'd go out to show them,
But its to warm in bed

Your losing your head,
Your losing your mind,
You'd go out to show them,
But its never the time

Your losing your mind,
Your losing you head,
Its always cold outside,
So spend days in bed.

Submitted: Sunday, June 07, 2009

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Millie Fraser (1/18/2012 3:50:00 PM)

    makes me think of all the long rainy days spent staring out a dark window. my favourite line is 'staring out over rainbows, looking to fly' x (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sara Tehrani (6/9/2009 7:28:00 PM)

    Remind me of my depressing long days in bed thinking exactly what uve written.
    i can see this being a really cool song aswell. good work craig! sorry thats its only silly me thats commented! bloody blind idiots out there! honestly! lol (Report) Reply

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