The Achingly Beautiful ‘Bending Albert’s Law’ by Karin Park – with Lyrics

The washing machine needs fixing here,
It’s early dark this time of year,
It’s small and cold,
I’m hiding in here,
Behind orange drapes,
And wafer walls,
I made a mess,
To make it feel like home,
Oh the stuff I packed,
Can’t fill this hole. 

I conjure you up,
You appear,
It’s ridiculous,
That you’re not here,
I bend Albert’s Law, slightly,
I say the magic word,
And you’re beside me. 
Out on Crouchen Hill,
You pull past and through,
I try your phone,
And I bought dry shoes,
The squelch of rubber soles on wet tar,
There’s too many steps,
From where you are. 

I conjure you up,
You appear,
It’s ridiculous,
That you’re not here,
I bend Albert’s Law, slightly,
I say the magic word,
And you’re beside me. 
I conjure you up,
You appear,
It’s ridiculous,
That you’re not here,
I bend Albert’s Law, slightly,
I say the magic word,
‘til you’re beside me. 
~ Karin Park (Bend Albert’s Law, from the album Highwire Poetry)
{With special thanks to Chris, for touching my soul with this beautiful song}
NOTE:
These lyrics have been transcribed from listening to the song… many times! Any corrections gratefully accepted. And what is Albert’s Law? Please get in touch – leave a comment below or email me on rycariad@gmail.com – I would love to hear from you.
Links:

www.karinpark.com
www.facebook.com/karinpark
www.myspace.com/karinpark
www.last.fm/music/Karin+Park
www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/qj4z

Buy on iTunes:

www.itunes.apple.com/gb/album/highwire-poetry-deluxe-edition/id525778296

Buy on Amazon:

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B007RC8OMK

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