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I Need A Hand

by Paul M. Carhart


A lonely life I've led
Spare time to find so hard
At home, an empty bed
At work, a full dance card

My heart, a hollow shell
My mind, a frenzied cur
My soul, it tipped toward hell
Until I fell for her

Now I am a knight
A chivilrous sort of clown
No need for me to fight
I've put my weapons down

My intentions now are pure
My destiny is planned
My fallen state is cured
By the touch of Lori's hand

 

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Notes:

I wrote this one for Lori when we started dating. Enough said.

- Paul M. Carhart

 


   
 
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