Lady In Violet

25 04 2008

She’s a lady in violet
She is inviolate
All alone
And no one can touch her ’cause I am not much of a rolling stone
When she walks down the street all the people she meets are just totally
Blown away by the fact that she puts on no act, she is on her own
When she stands by the sea I can hardly believe
There’s a distant shore
‘Cause she captures my own vision in a one way collision
Like a nova’s born
The dignified lady that makes me so crazy at home

She is in white today, she takes away the grey from the clouds
And she weaves and she sways as she goes on her way and she parts the crowds
But a woman that’s beautiful cannot be dutiful in her love
There’s too many factions and lighting reactions the curing of
And I made the mistake of just letting her take my heart all the way
And now I must suffer the way she is tougher with me today

The dignified lady that makes me so crazy
That magical lady that makes me so hazy at home

But time passes easily, but stops when she looks at me moving slow
Like a bird on the wind and a flimsical whim she’s too much to know
But she is destructive and almost reluctant to save her soul
And she goes toward her end in a state of chagrin though it’s not her goal

Though she knows that I love her she cannot recover from all I’ve done
And he’s in the middle and I am a riddle to ponder on

The dignified lady that makes me so crazy at home

But when she comes back to me after she’s had her spree I will know
She’ll come to my arms and I’ll succumb to her charms like the falling snow
And I’ll drink her nectar and never neglect her as long as I live
And all I can do is just hope that she’s through and she wants to give
Now I wait for the day she will come up to me and say I love you
Then I’ll break down and cry, then I will laugh at the sky
And I will know it’s true

The dignified lady that makes me so crazy
That magical lady that makes me so hazy
The beautiful lady that makes me so crazy at home


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