Heading home after a date in town
Ullala’ my car breakes down
I don’t despair, Lucky woman indeed
Here comes a friend with the jumping leads
The sun is shining, people enjoy with glee
Amongst the many who don’t I see?
Don’t blame me I’m blind and can’t tell a car,
can’t tell a circle from a star.
Indeed I’m never right, only know it’s the ex when what he’s driving is white.
I go home happy, my friend save my life
But there’s one thing I still don’t realise
6 missed call from my son, of course I worry what’s going on?
I take my phone and I call him back
And the unexpected strikes at my neck
He is not sad or crying, happy I’m again
“Mummy mummy I saw you, you have a boyfriend!!!”
Of course he was at home with his dad
Some people can’t tell focaccia from bread
He’s too young to understand a date from a ring, he’s too young to comprehend if it’s marriage or a fling.
I know he loves me and he wants me to settle
But the water is full of fish and you can’t just look into a kettle
There’ll come a day in which I’ll be ready, for now am single and take everything slow and steady.
And love is simple in a kid eye, but my baby boy has an inquisitive mind
Tre zillion of questions, he’ll have – that silly goose. Before next Thursday, friends,I need a consulting booze!