So, put on your reading specs and get "In The Park" memorized to retain your lip-synching "front-row-joe/joan" status. Not a ton of lyrics, so it should be an easy one for the brain.
|Courtesy James Villa Photography 2011|
In the Park
Lyrics by Dustin Blocker (ASCAP)
I was the one who took you one, brash and bold. That was the way it used to go, when we was young.
Oh, it just seemed right beneath the moon chill in the park at night.
You were the one who spoke in tongues, wild with moans. That was the way it used to go, when we was young.
Oh, I cannot lie it was you all the time. The love I take in now…
What I told you in your ear it still draws near although that night is gone it’s like a mirror, drawing lines to the past in fleeting grasps. Take your Mother home till I get back.
Colors change, “Yes”, but not the smells, they ripple like the waves in that wishing well. They dry till it’s flushed and won’t pay out, with nickels in the bottom looking up.
Oh, it just seemed right beneath that moon chill, the love I take in, in the park at night.