I kissed you twice upon the head
And left you in your cozy bed
Then out the door and down the hall
The one without a patterned wall
The elevator closed it’s doors
Made measured beeps as it passed floors
And then outside the falling rain
Pitter pattered down rusty drain
I traveled past the whispering trees
And sang along with whistling breeze

The world has rhythm, it has rhyme
Like an anthem stuck in my mind
And with the beat I can count time
Till once again we are entwined