Natasha McGee

(07061972 / Chicago)

Revolving Doors


Finding yourself trapped alone
Look with yourself and roam
The passage is within reach
The revolving door is here to teach

Finding yourself trapped alone
Knowing tomorrow is uncertain and I'm close
The passageway is within reach
The revolving door is here to teach

Finding yourself trapped alone
And the music still playing your tone
The passageway is within reach
The revolving door has many secrets

Finding yourself trapped alone
Knowing the passerbys are allowing time to moan_or even groan
The passageway is within reach
The revolving doors has many secrets

In the end, the stories are untold
Waiting patiencely to bargain your stuff and what for and how come
The passageway is within reach
The revolving doors have been sold

Life lessons are test of what were worth and own
Errors, Errors of the unknown
The passageway is within reach
Now it's time to keep the peace and become reborn

Submitted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Edited: Thursday, November 07, 2013
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