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red & yellow
catching leaves beneath the trees
blowing wind
lifted coats, laughing kids
curious hands find their way to shattered shells
salty wind
breathing in that pleasant smell

letting go of the world
we will laugh like we should
just like kids we will play
with autumn leaves on a sandy beach

fairy tales
footsteps imprinted in sand
rustling sheets of red & yellow in our hands
walk with me
share this moment before, it ends
reminisce
watch the memory hand in hand

letting go of the world
we will laugh like we should
just like kids we will play
with autumn leaves on a sandy beach

say goodbye to the seagulls on those trees
say goodbye to the waves crashing on concrete
say goodbye to that park bench laying on the sand
say goodbye to the autumn leaves on that sandy beach
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I liked it :>

One thing though: In the ending: Goodbye to the seagulls, waves, park bench and autumn leaves...The waves and autumn leaves refer to BIG encapsulating things whilst the seagulls and park bench refer to singular things (Or singular entities). Mentioning a small thing inside a verse of 'Big things' is a great way of drawing attention to thoughts but mentioning two 'small things' creates a disjunct feel to the whole piece.

...if that made any sense...
Guess what scale this song is in and I'll give you an eCookie.

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