Plainfield Road

Plainfield Road

Plainfield Road

by Chuck RitenouR

verse 1:

She was standing by the window watching the falling snow

dance across the evening sky to the street below

in that faded flannel night gown she always loved to wear

mesmerized, I was hypnotized by the look of her despair

Something came between us I guess I'll never know

why this heart of mine is lost in time somewhere on Plainfield Road.

Verse 2:

I thought I heard her crying just before the dawn

she was sitting at the kitchen table in the darkness alone

she tried to reassure me when I tripped on the lights

something in her face told me there was trouble in paradise

something came between us I guess I'll never know

why this heart of mine is lost in time somewhere on PLainfield Road

chorus:

I know she don't love me, but I just can't let go

I watch her from the shadows and I wonder if she knows

she's my one obsession, she's got me standing in the rain

soaked and alone in the street light glow, whispering her name

something came between us I guess I'll never know

why this heart of mine is lost in time somewhere on Plainfield Road

on Plainfield Road, on Plainfield Road, lost on Plainfield Road.

The end.

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cluense 6 years ago from Cartersville, GA

Awesome Hub! I rated it up a notch! Keep on writing! Loved the song! Are you a song writer?


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Chuck RitenouR 6 years ago from Front Royal, Virginia Author

cluense,

I apologize for my tardiness in answering your very kind comment. Yes, I am a songwriter, musician, singer as well as many other things. This was the first song I wrote from a deranged stalker's point of view...lol...I used a street I used to live on as its location.

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