A happier song

The other kid, he stole his toy
and actually made him cry.
He never gave him back his things
and laughed and coiled in joy.

I wish, that I could tell you, that
they finally got along
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

She thought, she had it all, with him
it all made sense at last
her loneliness ‚d be over soon,
forgotten ‚d be the past

I wish, that I could tell you, that
she hasn’t been left alone
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

They slowly stepped onto this deck
to take them far away.
They had just paid all, that they had,
and now were on their way

I wish, that I could tell you, that
they made it all along
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

She saw his eyes, she saw the hope,
that they were shining with
He saw her tears, he saw the truth
lurking underneath

I wish, that I could tell you, he
was fine and they were wrong
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

She’d left some time ago, but he
could never let her go.
With 92, she passed away,
he promised, to meet soon

I wish, that I could tell you, that
they met, where they’d belong
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

He once again climbed on his bike
for simply riding off,
to clear his mind and to forget
the last breath of his love

I wish, that I could tell you, that
he managed to stay strong
and I wish, this was a happier song
and I wish, this was a happier song

He read the letter, that he got,
out loud, and in his voice
you´d hear the pain, you’d hear the joy.
the tears went in his eyes

I wish, that I could tell you, what
these words were on his tongue,
but he then wrote a happier song
but he then wrote a happier song

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