Wheels

by Charlie Kneale Amateur

SONG LYRICS

WHEELS

Every Autumn, when the leaves they fall,
I start to remember your whistle call
I put on my jacket and I take a walk
Remember every battle, every fight we fought

Kickin’ the leaves with my feet
Smile at every magpie I meet

Just a Spring shower and the flowers bloom
Decide to do a cleanup…in my room
Find an old letter that you wrote to me
From far-off Asia in Quan Dong Chi

Sweeping out every mistake
The wind just blows it back in the gate

Summer breeze – it cools my face
Blows away the cobwebs till there’s no trace
We’d be walking with our thumbs in the air
Trying to hitch a ride to anywhere

Hot asphalt melts our souls
Pinchin’ from mama our salad rolls

Guess you’ve noticed I left Winter out
You just leaving’s nothing to shout about
Then one day you caught a plane
Came back a stranger but I musn’t complain

Standing there out of the rain
Hey Mrs Buck can he come out to play?

The wheels keep turning, but I don’t know why
Flame’ll keep burning in the midnight sky

(Repeat last 2 lines to fade…..)

Words and music by Charlie Kneale – Melbourne, Australia

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WHEELS Every Autumn, when the leaves they fall, I start to remember your whistle call I put on my jacket and I take a walk Remember every battle, every fight we fought Kickin’ the leaves with my feet Smile at every magpie I meet Just a Spring shower and the flowers bloom Decide to do […]
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