David Cadywold

Rookie - 10 Points (1966 / Darlington)

Terrible Times


Through terrible times I have been
And horrible things I have seen
Hurtful tells I've been told
I'm tougher, I thought I'd fold

Once or twice I've cried my eyes
Its harder as I was told no lies
The truth was really hard to hear
But at least it was all sincere

There was no spite, there was no malice
Her love for me was poured out of her chalice
Her feelings for me had vanished, they'd gone
I'm getting better, I'm moving on

My future is bright, I know, I see
My Angels told me that now I'm free
I'll meet someone thats perfect for me
Have a good life, and live happily.

Submitted: Sunday, September 23, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 28, 2012
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