John Jarvie
George Frame
Rec: 1988

Storm Warning (1988) I'd been drivin' all night and my body was achin', the sun was in my eyes My kids were sleepin' in all sorts of shapes and my woman had started to realise She looked at the scenery and looked at me - how long have I been asleep ? I reached across and took her hand - It's a secret I had to keep We'd better skip the sideshows & the salt stained shoes the sunshine & the trip back home Maybe a term or two of formal education, we got somethin' else to show them Headin' north with a heavy heart, counting the hours, here's to life on the ghost of a chance we'll step down, take our seats along the back of the hall and watch the rest of the crazy world dance. I searched the faces along the quay and for the first time I could smile I could take a lifetime of laughin' down, if the signs and the rumours were wild But I couldn't accept goodbye forever, if the nightmare's comin' true we stood together and watched the sky, as the long black shadows flew We'd better skip the side shows and the salt stained shoes.....

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