Eddie Coffey – Grey Foggy Day

 

Been some years ago
Since I left from my island
To go to the mainland
Like the old folks would say
As I walked up the gangway
And I stood on the starboard
And I gazed on the harbour
On a grey foggy day

Summer days they were warmer then
When we laughed with the old fishermen
And they cursed when the fog rolled in
Then they made up the hay
It’s been more than a long, long time
Since I held you and called you mine
And we waited for the sun to shine
On a grey foggy day

To wake in the early morn
To the sound of the old fog horn
And wait for the men to return
With their boats in the bay
All these things I don’t see no more
When I lived on the old cape shore
And I gazed on the boats on the moors
On a grey foggy day

Summer days they were warmer then
When we laughed with the old fishermen
And they cursed when the fog rolled in
Then they made up the hay
It’s been more than a long, long time
Since I held you and called you mine
And we waited for the sun to shine
On a grey foggy day

And as long as my heart
Doesn’t break from those old memories
Old lovers and old use-to-bes
I’ll come home for to stay
I can still hear the ocean roar
Through the hills on the old cape shore
There are no fishing boats anymore
But it’s a grey foggy day

Summer days they were warmer then
When we laughed with the old fishermen
And they cursed when the fog rolled in
Then they made up the hay
It’s been more than a long, long time
Since I held you and called you mine
And we waited for the sun to shine
On a grey foggy day

And I pray that the sun will shine…

On this grey foggy day

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