Beauty in Walking Away


by Marie Digby

A light shines off in the distance
A pale flickering glow
How many times do I have to dream that I could be there
The time is here and she won’t be waiting
for me to find the easy way out
I’ve lost count of the days that were wasted

There’s an answer in the sound of a train
There is wisdom past the bridge on the bay
There’s a lifetime through the fog, in the rain
There’s a beauty in walking away

I float on the streets that are empty
Take the path that the wind only knows
Tonight is the last time that I’ll ever be here

There’s an answer in the sound of a train
There is wisdom past the bridge on the bay
There’s a lifetime through the fog, in the rain
There’s a beauty in walking away

It’s never quite simple, it’s never that safe
It never seems perfect until it’s too late
It’s never the right time to find a new way

There’s an answer in the sound of a train
There is wisdom past the bridge on the bay
There’s a lifetime through the fog, in the rain
There’s a beauty in walking away

Beauty Walking Away – Marie Digby

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