Lyrics Depot
Lyrics » Jackson Browne Lyrics » MY OPENING FAREWELL Lyrics
Find Song Lyrics:



Lyrics Depot is your source of lyrics to MY OPENING FAREWELL by Jackson Browne. Please check back for more Jackson Browne lyrics.

MY OPENING FAREWELL Lyrics

Artist: Jackson Browne
Album: Jackson Browne

A lady stands before an open window
Staring so far away
She can almost feel the southern wind blow
Almost touching her restless day

She turns from her window to me
Sad smile her apology
Sad eyes reaching to the door

Daylight loses to another evening
And still she spares me the word goodbye
And sits alone beside me fighting her feelings
Struggles to speak but in the end can only cry

Suddenly it's so hard to find
The sound of the words to speak her troubled mind
So I'm offering these to her as if to be kind:
There's a train every day leaving either way
There's a world, you know
There's a way to go
And you'll soon be gone -- that's just as well
This is my opening farewell

A child's drawings left there on the table
And a woman's silk lying on the floor
And I would keep them here if I were able
And lock her safe behind this open door

But suddenly it's so clear to me
That I'd asked her to see what she may never see
And now my kind words find their way back to me
There's a train every day leaving either way
There's a world, you know
You got a way's to go
And I'll soon believe -- it's just as well
This is my opening farewell
Comments/Interpretations
no comments yet


Name:
Comment:






Related:
Jackson Browne Lyrics
Jackson Browne Jackson Browne Lyrics

More Jackson Browne Music Lyrics:
Jackson Browne - DADDY'S TUNE Lyrics
Jackson Browne - FOR A ROCKER Lyrics
Jackson Browne - For America Lyrics
Jackson Browne - KNOCK ON ANY DOOR Lyrics
Jackson Browne - OF MISSING PERSONS Lyrics
Jackson Browne - Running On Empty Lyrics
Jackson Browne - THE FAIREST OF THE SEASONS Lyrics
Jackson Browne - THE LATE SHOW Lyrics

© 2014 LyricsDepot.com. All Rights Reserved.
All lyrics are the property of their respective authors, artists and labels.