Ordinary Woman

Written by Michael S. Hysinger – michaelhysinger@yahoo.com

 

 

She leaves the house every weekday

At Nine Thirty or Quarter to Ten

She returns every day about Quarter to Eight

Then the next day she does it again

 

You might think she’s an ordinary woman

It may seem she doesn’t know how to dream

And although she appears to be empty inside

She’s oh so much more than she seems

Yes we’re all so much more than we seem

 

Ordinary Woman - Extraordinary dreams

Ordinary Woman - Bursting at the seams

Ordinary Woman - Try to live your dreams today

 

At night after watching the late show

In the moments before she’s asleep

She soars through the universe crying for love

And she drowns in the tears that she weeps

Oh she drowns in the tears that she weeps

 

Ordinary Woman - Extraordinary dreams

Ordinary Woman - Bursting at the seams

Ordinary Woman - Try to live your dreams today

 

Sometimes while she’s running an errand

She’ll look over and catch someone’s eye

As he smiles her way, gives her warmth for today

All her dreams start to come back alive

All her dreams start to come back alive

 

Ordinary Woman - Extraordinary dreams

Ordinary Woman - Bursting at the seams                                   

Ordinary Woman - Try to live your dreams today