PLACES THEY HAD BEEN STRANGERS IN

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In a sentence on a comment on my blog the romantic, smexy style author Shehanne Moore had written the words ‘Places they had been strangers in’. I really like that line. It tells a hundred stories. Kindly, she told me I could use it. That’s just what I did. If you don’t know her blog I recommend you check it out – it even has talking hamsters.  Anyhow, here’s the beginnings of a lyric;


Places they had been strangers in
Places where they could start again
Thinking of the now and then
They close their eyes and count to ten


Yesterday, long after midnight
In a bedroom full of bright moonlight
He found he had no words to write
Found he’d lost his appetite


She’d left behind her coat and cat
Her front door key and old straw hat
How the hell she forgot that
No good ever comes of tit-for-tat


Tomorrow’s smiles a sure win-win
He plays his guitar to her mandolin
Yesterday’s slanging match no mortal sin
Just places they had been strangers in


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Here’s my song ‘Solely About You’. I hope you enjoy;


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