I used to sing this to my forst born (who is now nine years old!!


Bonnet

Running your fingers through the dust on the bonnet
You write, "I love you " under your sweet hearts name
In the dirt you've claimed forever exists
Well rain gonna come wash away the words

You drive for miles but still feel at home
So the names of the streets don't mean a thing
And every things familiar like it says on the map
Miles on the dial just won't ease the pain




Words by gills
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Written on 2006-10-25 at 14:15

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Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
This is a wonderful lyrical poem. Does your child now sing it with you? Oh, to have audio on this site. Then we could hear you sing it. : )
2006-10-26


Adrienne
i love this. and i wanted to thank you for your comments on mine..i appreciated it :)
2006-10-25


lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
hi there this is a wonderful poem its a lyric
i know but so were some of the finest lyrics originally poems take Rodney Crowells
'Until I gain Control Again' a hit fore Emmy lou Harris this is wonderful well done rgds mike
2006-10-25


la tristesse
this has quite a beat poem feel to it, i love the poignant yet louche style.
2006-10-25