Kevin Campbell

Rookie (06 Dec 1960 / Hamilton Scotland)

They Will Cry


You cant see the future
When youve no crystal ball
When you cant see the future
Theres no future at all

They try to stop asking 'who'
Like I try to stop asking 'why'
How can I forgive
When to concede is to die

And I see the future through open eyes
I see the future, through crystal ball lies
I can see who, I dont understand why
And I hope that they weep for the rest of their lives

Submitted: Saturday, January 13, 2007
Edited: Friday, December 24, 2010

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