"Danger In The Past" lyrics - ROBERT FORSTER

"Danger In The Past"

Your sister picked me up at the station.
She told me they'd taken you in, the word was it was just observation
I thought here we go again.
Danger in the Past.
So I went and I saw you.
We walked through the hospital grounds.
I took your hand and I told you, never show your problems in a country town.
Danger in the Past.
We had friends.
We had friends that didn't make twenty-five.
I knew a genius in a bedroom who couldn't walk outside there have been some tremors in our lives.
Danger in the Past.
Your mother is a saint, with her goodwill and with her strength.
I think that she thought that we were once lovers now she seems happier that we're friends.
Danger in the Past.
So you signed yourself out, with a cross and with a curse.
You took my arm and you told me, that you knew some good people there in Perth.
Danger in the Past.
So I went back to my own city to find that I'd meade enemies while I was away.
You might think this is a hard thing to do and it was your sister who used to say.
Danger in the Past