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Shelley Scrivner


	Someday

Someday, I kept saying, I would break away
From the rut, the routine way of life.
Someday, I kept thinking, it will all work out
Iíll escape from the trap, from my wife.
Someday soon the morning sun will shine on me
And I will greet it with gladness.
Someday the door to the past will be closed
And I can forget about all the sadness.

I once said someday never comes,
But I found out itís not true.
One of my somedays rolled around
And Iíve closed the door on Sue.

Someday, I kept saying, she will break away
From the trap that has enclosed her.
Someday, I keep hoping, she will come to me
For comfort, to help her make it better.
Someday soon the dawn will come and maybe we can
Face it together, hand in hand.
Someday the door to our future will be opened
And she can help me to understand.

I once said someday never comes,
But I found out itís not true.
Iím waiting for another someday,
Just waiting Ďround for you.

You see, I looked inside your heart<
When you layed it out for me,
And I noticed there, a mirror
Reflecting like the deep blue sea.
It showed me quite a vision,
And it made me well aware
Of the future as it could be,
If only we would dare to make it so.

So I gambled all Iíve saved
And I bet it all on you.
And even if I lose, I win,
Cause now my whole life through
I can say I knew an Angel
Making Heaven here on earth
For a lonely man worth nothing,
Up to now, since his birth.

I once said someday never comes,
But I found out itís not true.
Iím praying for that special someday
I can spend with only you.


Written 12/19/1978 
by Stan Fisk