Daniel Richards

Rookie (09-11-1982 / London, England)

The Magic Of The Green And Blues


The magic of the green and blues, a view
Turtle doves in flight in purple night, they flew
Tragic plight a fight, now imagine me its true

Green and blue, blue and green
No matter to you but to me
The blue is woe and envy is green

It has to be, this way it seems, to me
Did I fall, commit a crime or lie, no
But miss misery makes my eyes glow

Through the blues and greens
A future is foreseen, by my eyes but for me
I stand tall above you all and truth I see

The magic of the green and blues, a view
Turtle doves in flight in purple night, they flew
Tragic plight a fight, now imagine me its true

Green is me and blue miss misery
She the only one to have a hold of me,
Unhappy together but with clarity forever

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
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