Treasure Island

Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Done With My Ways


Come to me!
Come
Come
Come
Come
Come
Come and see,
My heart is open.

Please believe,
I'm done
Done
Done
Done
Done
With all the mis-erry...
Dropped,
From hope-less-ness.
Then!
But I've changed,
Mah wa-a-a-a-ays.
Yes,
Done
Done
Done
Done
Done!
Come to me!
Come
Come
Come
Come
Come
Come and see my heart is open.

And-it-wont-be-long...
'Till-you- give-it-time,
To know you!
Come
Come
Come
Let it know you.
Come come come
Let it know you.
Come come,
And...
You will see,
I'm done
Done
Done
Done
Done
With all the misery!
Dropped from hope-less-ness,
Then!
But I'VE changed,
Mah wa-a-ays.

Done I'm done....
With mah wa-a-ays.
Yes I'm done done done...
With mah wa-a-ays.
Done I'm done...
With mah wa-a-ays.
Yes I'm done done done...
With mah wa-a-ays.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 03, 2009
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