(I’ll Be Hers) Someday
words & music by Alan Bernhoft and Jack Wayne Baker

a dreary day, that should have gone my way
Still there’s the thought that I need her
and I should know, there’s nowhere I can go
no place where my love didn’t greet her

I’ll look about, find another route
maybe I could use a glass of water
and on the floor, crumpled like before
the lilies and roses that I bought her

I’ll find a way, I’ll be hers some day, someday

it’s raining outside and in my mind
and I’m telling you, you’ve been unkind
it’s thundering outside and in my mind
and I’m telling you, you’ve been unkind
you’ve really been unkind
you’ve really been unkind

I aid a debt, had a cigarette
reached over and spiller my glass of water
and from my room, I caught a distant tune
you wouldn’t like to know the things I taught her
I’m feeling love, what’s she thinking of? I know…

I can’t begin to explain my feelings
they’re confusing me, they’re confusing me
have you no regard for my feelings?
you’ve been using me, you’ve been using me

it’s raining outside and in my mind
and I’m telling you, you’ve been unkind
it’s thundering outside and in my mind
and I’m telling you, you’ve been unkind
you’ve really been unkind
you’ve really been unkind

[shot in Boulder, Colorado]

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