My Own Company

by Polly Gibbons, James Pearson

Genre: Jazz/Blues

Lyrics

Mv Own Company

I’m standing around, I don’t hear a sound, I’m staring at the telephone.
I don’t hear a thing, the thing doesn’t ring. I’ll face another night alone.
Hold on, dreamer, it’s not like you’re heart broke. Knock knock, who’s there? Remember to see the joke.
My coffee is hot, my job is not. My life is getting more mundane.
I put on a face, but my head’s in this place and I’m singing all the songs the same.
You have got to listen, little dreamer,
You’re always trying to run away.
Don’t you know your head is going nowhere.
I think of my life, it is gone in a trice
And I’ve got to face my company.
Hold on, dreamer, it’s not like you’re heart broke. Knock knock, who’s there? Remember to see the joke, Always remember to see the joke.
I’m gonna say yes, despite all the mess. I’m pushing up against the tide.
I feel like a clown; I don’t care that I’m down. I’m staying on this quite mad ride.
You have got to listen little dreamer.
You’re always trying to run away.
Don’t you know your head is going nowhere.
I think of my life, it is gone in a trice
And I’ve got to face my company.
I’ve got to face my company,
Oh I’ve got to face my company.

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