Ditches (Children 18:3)

Come back to anywhere Neither here or there When I thought I'd never find you There's an awful strain But I don't want to complain It's really not that bad But when everyone's asleep I'll be down in the ditches Fighting my own war Back on the benches To settle that old score But I don't want to talk About myself anymore I'm closing the door I'm closing the door With every piece and part I played the end from the start And even daylight won't be waiting There can be no doubt When the lights go out So we'll settle this right now Still, when everyone's asleep I'll be down in the ditches Fighting my own war Back on the benches To settle that old score But I don't want to talk About myself anymore I'm closing the door Closing the door Sail with me forever, will you Stand across my door? Sail with me together would you? I'm just tired, I'm so tired {Standing alone so I can pull to your side Pounding and drowning [Incomprehensible]} Hands dance slowly over the ivory Sinking, falling under the notes No one needs to fight alone I'm just tired, I'm just tired Down in the ditches Fighting my own war Back on the benches To settle that old score I'm just tired, I'm so tired Down in the ditches Fighting my own war Back on the benches To settle that old score But I don't want to talk About myself anymore I'm closing the door I'm closing the door