Francis Vace - Still Waiting

from by Ponies at Dawn

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Spent a lifetime trying to forgive,
For the choices she’s made, for the state that I’m in,
But a lifetime goes slowly when it has no end,
But I can see now that’s wrong, from the side of her bed.

She smiles softly, and I smile back,
But thinking of you, it starts to crack.
And with a tear, that I hope is misread,
I take my leave from the side of her bed.

It’s time to lower the sun.

I’ll sit here alone, in the moonlit grass,
Counting the stars until enough time has passed,
Half a century gone, and another to go,
Until we meet again at last

I used to think, that with time I’d forget,
But each passing year has been the hardest yet,
My friends were all there to lessen the sting,
But when I talk to them now, they don’t say anything,

Still I open the gate to visit them now,
Brush pass the stone, and lay on the ground,
I try to remember them before they grew old,
But off in the distance, I hear a bell toll,

The time of my reign has begun

I’ll sit here alone, in the moonlit grass,
Counting the stars until enough time has passed,
Half a century gone, and another to go,
Until we meet again at last

New faces come, and new faces go,
It’s all a blur, it’s all a blur,
One by one, my garden grows,
And all that I want, is the way that we were.
The way that we were
The way that we were

I’ll sit here alone, in the moonlit grass,
Counting the stars until enough time has passed,
Half a century gone, and another to go,
Until we meet again at last
And I’ll sit here alone, in the moonlit grass,
Counting the stars until enough time has passed,
Half a century gone, and another to go,
Until we meet again at last

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from Voyager, released October 8, 2016

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