Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Sorry, Wrong Number














I've got your number
but, it won't be me calling
no, it won't be me calling

You played with my heart
one too many times
singing out one last refrain
now my sun it don't shine
cloudy days reign

I've been feeling blue
sinking in a black hole
lost in my thoughts of you
shine some light in my soul

I've got your number
but, it won't be me calling
no, it won't be me calling

You played me like a fool
running all over town
breaking all the rules
when I wasn't around

I got the picture frame & all
smashed it on the floor
crystal rain begins to fall
faded dreams, memories torn
no longer hang on my wall

Yeah, I got your number
but,  it won't be me calling
no, it won't be me calling

posted for dVerse...

34 comments:

  1. Ya, sometimes the best thing to do is to delete someone's number...along with deleting the person out of one's mind!!

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    1. Sometimes, that is true best to delete.

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    2. I've done this.. have had women fuck with my head so much... I'm better off when I delete that number and I have no way to contact them again.

      ~shoes~

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  2. oh yeah, when they are out running the town...not the ones i would be calling either...smiles...i concur with mary...ha.

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    1. Hi Brian,

      Smiles back..thanks for dropping in as always nice to read your comments and I concur...

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  3. haha well you know
    You could call them at your show
    Hold on to the frame good and tight
    Then when they open the door let it take flight
    Whammo! right to the face.
    Let them run around town now with a bruised face embrace
    Then hit delete from mind and phone
    Giving them nothing but a dial tone
    Of course that could result in Judge Judy
    Maybe just pelt him with duty
    The dog kind
    Or I'm sure a horse wouldn't mind lol

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    1. haha - laughing at your comment
      witty as ever & the cat is clever
      Whammo, watch the pieces sprawl
      I can envision it all...hit
      delete for that cheat..

      hope you have have a great day
      at your bay as the cats play

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  4. A well done take on the topic. Nicely done!

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    1. Charles,

      I always appreciate a visit from you...thank you!

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  5. Best to be done with the fool, if they are running all round town without you. I like the beat to this, Truedessa.

    Pamela

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    1. Thank you Pamela! Hope you have a lovely day...

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  6. This felt like a song. It has a beat, it has a message, and it has a lot of soul. Clearly you're a poet with a lot of ways to convey your message. Well done!

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    1. Very receptive of you thanks for feeling my words.

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  7. that has a cool blues feeling to it...and yeah...in that case, better don't call...

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    1. Good Morning Claudia,

      I do enjoy listening to the blues especially when I'm feeling blue.

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  8. Reads like a song. Would make great lyrics for a twelve bar blues. Love it!

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    1. Thank you James..I do enjoy the blues I can hear it playing in my head.

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    2. Hi there, Trudessa... reads like a song... that was exactly my thoughts... :o)

      I've been busy and just haven't felt well lately... blah...

      I trust all is great with you, dear...

      ~shoes~

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    3. Hi

      Thanks for stopping over for a visit. Im sorry to
      hear you are not feeling well. Hope your spirit brightens up soon!

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  9. I guess I'm not alone in seeing this as begging to be put to music. Definitely bluesy with a great refrain.

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    1. Thanks Victoria for feeling the lyrical flow.

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  10. Wow! Lots of people are posting about broken hearts recently. I could definitely listen to this as a song! Have a good one!

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    1. Hi,

      Haven't seen you in a while hope you are well. Thanks for the visit.

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  11. A lovely write-- like lyrics to a song. It is light and easy to read yet is full of hurt and emotion. Funny, too, I nearly wrote of a telephone call but the poem changed on its own. Have a good evening, Jason

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    1. Hi Jason,

      Thank you so much for the visit and kind words. I guess we had telephone calls on the brainwave. I hope you have a good evening as well.

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  12. They can well be running on their own eventually! Take a hard stand and there'll be less tears! Great write Trudessa!

    Hank

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    1. Apologies for the duplication! I thought it didn't register the first time

      Hank

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    2. No problem Hank thanks for visiting and also for your kind words.

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  13. You can try this number...

    867-5309-E-E-E-ine...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axLRUszuu9I

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    1. Hey You,

      Thanks for the link to the tune..always enjoy music.

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  14. No...

    Wait...

    That was the wrong number...

    Try this one...

    634-5789

    Surely, Wilson Pickett wouldn't lie to you!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRb0gBUyOBQ

    ~shoes~

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    1. Hey,

      This is a good number like the beat..thanks for the smile.

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