Gakutensoku

The night they left I was alone
I was picking up the phone
I looked your number up
The room was dark
The only light came from the park
I always walk through with my dog
Then I saw them on the grass
With a bunch of shopping bags
Looking to the sky
But I was to afraid to guess
That they could leave so I forgot
To tell them goodbye

Nothing ever goes the way it should
Nothing ever turns out as it should be
One day your arrive the next you leave
I’m afraid that you won’t be with me
Sitting by the window
And watch the people hurry home

On the sidewalk I can see
Some rabbits that attempt
To cross the concrete street
In the middle of the night
Under blinking traffic lights
I heard their tiny feet

But now the spaceship is arriving
The engine is loud
Their eyes are open wide
They cannot see

Nothing ever goes the way it should
Nothing ever turns out as it should be
One day your arrive the next you leave
I’m afraid that you won’t be with me
Sitting in the garden
Waiting for the morning sun
To warm our skins
It’s cold again out here

Nothing ever goes the way it should
Nothing ever turns out as it should be
One day your arrive the next you leave
I’m afraid that you won’t be with me
And there’s no one to talk to
When the robots leave our homes


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