SqueezeA Moving Story

(Difford/Tilbrook) She moved from Clapham And didn't look back Her life was changed in an instant The van was filled up And tied to the rack Her home that now seemed so distant Kissing goodbye To her friends on the stairs She felt a loss deep within her Sat in the front seat with stuff everywhere The neighbours said they would ring her They moved to the sea front And loved their new view Of tides coming in on the shingle She and her daughter Found new things to do At last it was good to be single And in the summer The place came alive Lights on the pier in the evening The fresh sea air And could cut with a knife Such a wonderful feeling She worked in a pub Where bands would appear On a tiny stage in the corner She watched them load in With tattered old gear The place would get like a sauna London had gone now Her new life was strong She found herself a new karma She fell for a man Who played with a band And took her life from it's drama She moved from Clapham And didn't look back The past was neatly extinguished He was much younger But she lived with that He struggled hard with his english She felt his loving And proudly reclaimed All of the warmth she'd been lacking They lay in bed Looking out at the rain No more moving or packing She moved from Clapham And didn't look back Her life had changed in an instant
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