One sunday morning
There was something in the air
My fear grew stronger
And she wasn't there.

She left a note
On the kitchen table
Telling me how
I wasn't quite her fable.

Went back to bed
Thought about the angel
Walking out on me
Bringing me down on my knees

And then I saw it
In the corner of my room
The old six-string
I played to score her heart
And I rocked on rolling
Playing songs of former times
That I played in school
With my friends of rock and rhymes

As I played along to
The feelings in my heart
Crazy thoughts of mine
Were searching my soul

I thought of whether
She'd ever come back
Thinking if I'd ever
Just could forget

And then I saw it
In the corner of my room
The old six-string
I played to score her heart
And I rocked on rolling
Playing songs of former times
That I played in school
With my friends of rock and rhymes

I thougth about the times
That we spent together
There were good ones
But also stormy weather

I faced the fact
That this might be a good end
And starting over might
Give me a better friend

And then I saw it
In the corner of my room
The old six-string
I played to score her heart
And I rocked on rolling
Playing songs of former times
That I played in school
With my friends of rock and rhymes

And then I saw it
In the corner of my room
The old six-string
I played to score her heart
And I rocked on rolling
Playing songs of former times
That I played in school
With my friends of rock and rhymes
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The Old Six-String Lyrics

Wild Society – The Old Six-String Lyrics