Please

by Sadie Mustoe

Genre: Folk/Acoustic

Lyrics

The days roll into weeks, into months, oh, please, talk to me
The silver gleam, flowing downstream, falling off the waterfall
But it’s just me

Simple conversations, are now in moderation
The boots, the laughs, the setting sun and the poetic words that we both sung
Strong articulation now needs participation
A simple hello is all I need, or it’s goodbye so I plead

Please, come back to me,
We’ll sit under the setting sun
Sit out on your front porch having fun, oh,
Please, come talk to me,
And don’t pretend that nothing’s up,
Cos we were friends, until the end,
Now we are not

These moments were yours and mine,
Now you’re the rhyme I cannot find,
Lost in the deepest depths of my mind

And if I sound too unsure or too preoccupied,
It’s cos I cannot find the words in my mind

Simple conversations, are still in moderation
The spring dress, the straight hair, the moonlight and the summer air
Strong articulation still needs participation
And I have tried, I’ve wracked my mind
But there’s no solution, so

Please, come back to me,
We’ll sit under the setting sun
Sit out on your front porch having fun, oh,
Please, come talk to me,
And don’t pretend that nothing’s up,
Cos we were friends, until the end,
Now we are not

We’d talk all night ‘till there was light
About the petty things we thought were rude
About the people we knew,
2019, we were fifteen, we could conquer the world,
and know all there was to know, and solve all there was to solve

We could fix the whole world, you know?
But now? I found
No no no no no, we don’t talk anymore

So,
Please, come back to me,
We’ll sit under the setting sun
Sit out on your front porch having fun, oh,
Please, come talk to me,
And don’t pretend that nothing’s up,
Cos we were friends, until the end,
Now we are not

Cos we were friends, now we are not
Cos it was easy, so I beg of you, please.

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