Romantic Runaway Song - Poem by Floyd Crenshaw
she lives in a simple home
wanting everywhere to go
waking up countless times before
to some emptiness
following her mother's steps
barely knowing when to take a stand
led by fear of the new frontier
she'll stay back at home
where am I going?
should I leave a note?
what if I'm lonely?
will I find a home?
caught off guard by a strong fresh face
he offered to take her away
she gladly accepted and threw away
her last name
they took a train to cali
and found a friend she'd known before he
he with her and her with him
she felt free for once
where are we going?
I never left a note.
I doubt i'll be lonely.
we're out to find a home.
searched and found that perfect city
bright and green with love to give.
she lives off a street named lake
and never bothered to write home
she lives with him
sublime on their happy hunting ground
It's all she'd ever need.
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