Life’s Twists And Turns
Their love could not be stronger,
It stood the test of time,
Happiness reigned longer,
The more their lives entwined.
Meeting Old Friends
Perched high on a cliff overlooking the sea,
A black-headed gull was peering at me,
I’d come to meet some old friends of mine,
At a place that I love where I can be free.
Work Till You Drop
Work till we drop, work till we drop,
We all carry on and we work till we drop,
The roofs got a leak; the cars got a dent,
The money they cost were the savings that meant,
Skating On Thicker Ice
Can you spare some coins from your change?
My life’s in a mess and I’ve got nothing left,
I’m all that you see sleeping rough on the street,
And the people I meet just couldn’t care less,
The Village Pub
I love to go to the village pub and meet old friends of mine,
To prop up the bar and share a jar of beer or a glass of wine,
Just like old John, yes please John a pint of best,
He doesn’t drink a lot, a pint and he’s gone,
Back In The Black
John would look in the mirror and stare,
At the thinning of his hair,
Making wishes, needs and wants,
For a thatch upon his bonce.