Lydia (by Seela)

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by: Jonathan Aronson
uploaded: 02/22/2012
I'm a big Seela fan. This is Seela's song "Lydia" from 2/5/12 Songaday. I'm not sure what the story is but I just visualize a Victorian era story...did they have evening papers back then?
Lydia reads in the afternoon The evening paper, hat in bloom Knitting a row in the garden gray Wishing she was in bed all day I recall a yellow dress Birthday pearls on a dancers neck Lydia makes a tapestry Her eyes don't turn to look at me ........(a hundred years to take a stroll) So soon I will get a look Saved it up, read the book I want to know what Mary knew A sister's love, a master's view Beautifully draped the subject sat Hyacenth, ammeranth I don't see how you could say no Pinching nerves, aching bones Lydia tries to look relaxed Nervous horse, feathered hat The boy in her lap never grows A hundred years to take a stroll                          
Tagses: seela (we can link these up later)

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Lydia (by Seela)
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