Lyrics to “Fragile Garden” performed by Lee Clark Allen; written by Patrick Lee Clark

“Fragile Garden” performed by Lee Clark Allen; written by Patrick Lee Clark

(The melody is sung with a slow to moderate groove, where its musical accompaniment is a church organ/Rhodes piano)

Old man old man/ will always have something to say

Young man young man/ already thinks he knows the game/ (he knows the game?)

Old man old man/will always have plenty of change

Young man young man/ already claims he’s rich in fame/ (rich in fame?)

But old man’s heart has fallen apart/ oh, how many lifetimes?

what does young man’s charm/ have on old man’s scars?

Old man says, “He won’t know everything in her heart”

Old man does know that each man plants seeds in her heart/

her fragile garden

Tell me how it feels/ to be loved/ by a queen

Tell me how it feels/ to plant a dream

Young man, don’t you wanna be loved?

Just plant a good dream

Young man, don’t you wanna be loved?

Just plant a good seed

in her heart, her fragile garden.

 

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