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Eleanor Rigby
I’m one of the lonely, the oh so lonely people missing your subtle smile. You were a pretty blue eyed beauty, with unkept hair and go go boot style. Eleanor, Eleanor Rigby, you lived down on the corner. I’d see you stand inside your door, staring blankly at the floor. They told me, yes they told me, you didn’t care any more. The nightmare you lived, It’s so sad it seems. So you left your face in the jar by the bed, because it couldn’t conceal your screams. I hear them sing songs about you, you still live in their dreams. Those lonely people, those sad lonely people. They crave a glimpse of you. So they make up their stories, but none of them are true. They keep saying they know, but we know they never knew. Each one trying to grab onto, a small piece of you. Do you remember, Old Father McKenzie? I listened to the words of the sermon that the others couldn’t hear. I wished you were here, Oh how I wished you were here. As I drank of his wine I swallowed a tear, thinking you were behind me as I stared at the mirror. Don’t worry Eleanor Rigby, there’s nothing left to fear. I know the man that you loved was taken from you. No reason, no reason that’s true For you there was not to be, a life long happy “I do” “Do you take this man, Eleanor Rigby?” Down the aisle you walked alone. Why oh why was he taken from you? After you were buried, alone I went to your grave. Always afraid, always afraid. Why didn’t I ever talk to you? I’ve never been one who is brave, I guess that’s why, I’m one of the lonely people. So I saved you Eleanor Rigby by throwing you from the Steeple! I know, I know it’s good to be free, so for a while I’ll keep you company. It’s ok Eleanor Rigby, there’s no need, no need at all to thank me. Together with him, you are meant to be. For Jerry T Curtis’s: Who Was Eleanor Rigby? Contest
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