Josephina

JosephinaThere’s so much I want to knowI’ve known you for all of mineBut not all of yoursYou’re not a strangerNo, nothing could be furtherI took back and I wonderWhat you were like, long beforeJosephinaIf I asked you, would you tell me?The fact from the fancyAnd the dreams in betweenTell me a storyAll about yours trulyPhotographs from the pastImagine, the mysteryDid your head get lost in a daydream?Cinderella, waiting for her charmingDid you break a heart, like little girls often do?Pigtails and painted toesAll dressed up in your mother’s clothesCan you shine the light?Please can you shine some light?Can you shine the light?Shine the light on a shadowJosephinaWould you lay down your defenses?So I can make sense ofThose colors fading to greyIt’s not that you’re hidingThat’s something, I’d never implyYesteryear may be goneCan’t say the same for todayHow else am I to know, that all the whiteThere was a mischievous look, behind the smileIt’s hard to tell, when innocence comes and goesI’m sure that there were times, life could be so unkindWhen there wasn’t always, a shoulder to cryCan you shine the light?Please can you shine some light?Can you shine the light?Shine the light on a shadow

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