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Wangi Valentine (song)

Wangi Valentine (song)
By coomadoug on 03/23/2005
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I drive through Wangi Wangi,
that old hometown of mine.
My heart starts beating strongly.
I think of my Valentine.

Somehow that old red phone booth
is still there working fine.
We found the chemistry of youth,
on that noisey party line.

The same toxic paint smells and squeaks in the door.
The cold black earpiece and cheap vinyl floor,
are still here with the sketches, I drew for you each day
as I dreamt erotic images that nice boys never play.

As I walk through Wangi,
that old home town of mine,
the photos I carry on me,
remember my Valentine.

And there's that old grey parrot,
still sitting on his perch.
Do you remember how he swore at us
when we hid away from church?

There, cut in the bark of a gum tree,
"Jan I love you so"
I cut the words in deep.
I wanted all time to know.

Dark storm clouds gather, dropping hale on the roof.
Loud thunder shakes my old graffiti in the booth.
Yet in the old red phone box, it's our song yesterday
and the echo of your singing voice that blows me away.

Each time I drive through Wangi
I get you on the line.
My heart starts beating strongly.
You're still my Valentine.

© By coomadoug On 3/23/2005 7:58:28 PM
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