Hey Ms. Lady,
Hey Ms. Lady, I see you all alone, sitting looking out your window, watching the world go by with eyes of stone.
Hey Ms. Lady… I see you from time 2 time, & I can tell you used to be mighty fine.
Even though your face has aged, you still look like you would back in the days.
Your head held high when I see you walking down the street, an air about you, looking so nice & neat.
I was told by my grandpa, a good friend of yours, that when you were young, you made all the fellows fall 2 da floor.
I asked him why such a pretty lady, wanted by many, never got married?
My grandpa took a deep breath & let out a big sigh & said my darling child, that pretty lady, was so nice & so sweet, her eyes shined like diamonds, her face glowed like the sun, her shape was so pleasing, and when she spoke her voice melted cold hearts, warm.
This women was & is truly special, but none of her callers ever bothered to look, deep down & see what it took, 2 win her heart & win her love.
So she waited for that special one 2 come…..
Year after year, he never came, until one day she looked & saw a man standing in her way, it was like a spark between them & she fell so deep in love.
But there was a secret, this mystery man was holding in his heart.
You see…. he was the one that looked deep down & saw what it took, & when he looked in the mirror his, fear overtook.
His heart was so broken & he couldn’t bare to take her on, so he walked away.
His heart singing a sad song.
Grandpa I said, what will happen 2 her, he said "I don’t know my child, life is to be lived, even with loss of love and broken sorrows."