Bill Simmons


Road Up Hill


We wake up sometimes with things on our minds
From sleep in the night so still
We thought we could go on
But memories they live on and we find…
Getting over her is a long hard road up hill

It’s all we can do to get through the day
The price is more than we wanted to pay
And still,
Missing her still…
Getting over her is a long hard road up hill

Sometimes we think we just lost our minds
We make out mistakes and pay the price
And we think
We can get over sometimes…
But memories they remind

Then in all we do we find its up hill
We try to forget but we never will
When we think its over
Again the memories come and we find…
Getting over her is a long hard road up hill

We find if we could we would go back somehow
Getting over her is so against our will
Did you ever
Just lose your will…
On a long long road up hill.

2006

Submitted: Sunday, November 05, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, November 02, 2010
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