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The Good Wife.

Posted by Allison on November 23, 2011

What if we were to suddenly have good timing.

Love this show.

 

“Any Other World”

In any other world

You could tell the difference

And let it all unfurl
Into broken remnants

Smile like you mean it
And let yourself let go

Cos it’s all in the hands of a bitter, bitter man
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
Take a bow, play the part of a lonely lonely heart
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
To the world you thought you lived in

I tried to live alone
But lonely is so lonely, alone
So human as I am
I had to give up my defences

So I smiled and tried to mean it
To let myself let go

Cos it’s all in the hands of a bitter, bitter man
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
Take a bow, play the part of a lonely lonely heart
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
To the world you thought you lived in

Cos it’s all in the hands of a bitter, bitter man
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
Take a bow, play the part of a lonely lonely heart
Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in
To the world you thought you lived in

Say goodbye to the world you thought you lived in [x2]
Say goodbye

In any other world
You could tell the difference

[Spoken]
“I never ever, I forget my story.
My face is not sad, but sometimes, I am sad.”

One Response to “The Good Wife.”

  1. I like the line ‘say good-bye to the world you *thought* you lived in’ because Ally…you DON’T have to live there anymore! Take away the ‘I’m too….’ for happiness. Take comfort in the fact you HAVE no where to be or anyone to show up for – except YOURSELF. Relish in the fact that YOU own your life and can be as careless or careful as you need.

    Your children love and respect you. Imagine how you would want your daughter to handle this very same experience…I’ve found that helps me when dealing with hard times. Asking myself ‘How would I want Jayden to handle this?’ then I do my best to model that behavior. She will learn from you and judging by her age, has a keen eye on her Mom.

    So glad we’ve connected!

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