Colin Coplin

(Australia)

I Can't Walk Alone


She's sugar and spice, and everything nice
'It's an act, don't take her back'... but I love her
She's sugar and spice, and everything nice
'A selfish brat, don't take her back'... but I love her

Conflicting thoughts, bounce back and forth
In my minds, Centre court
Tearing me apart, play at my heart
Cause I love her

And I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon
I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon

She's a star, freshly fallen from the sky
'Doomsday', you say, 'don't take her back'... but I love her
She's a star, freshly fallen from the sky
'Treat her like radiation, don't take her back'... but I love her

Conflicting thoughts, bounce back and forth
In my minds, Centre court
Tearing me apart, play at my heart
But I love her

And I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon
I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon

She's an oasis of life, a desert flower of delight
'Pure cactus, don't take her back'... but I love her
She's an oasis of life, a desert flower of delight
'Join the foreign legion, don't take her back'... but I love her

Conflicting thoughts, bounce back and forth
In my minds, Centre court
Tearing me apart, play at my heart
But I love her

And I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon
I can't walk alone, I can't, I can't walk alone
She follows me like the moon


Copyright Colin Coplin 2012

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Edited: Sunday, September 09, 2012

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