Falling leaves by Robyn Hitchcock
FALLING LEAVES (Robyn Hitchcock) 1984
It's not the wind that blows me in,
I've been blown away once before.
It's not the rain that brings the pain,
I don't feel pain anymore.
If I had seen it coming,
Then I'd have done something,
But hear the branches in the wind.
All I can give you are the falling leaves.
It got too late, I couldn't wait,
At least not for you anymore.
And now the moon shines on the dune,
Where I walk alone on the shore.
It's like an amputation,
Since I lost you my friend.
You hurt me like a missing limb.
All I can give you are the falling leaves