Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

POEM OF THE DAY; Rendezvous Cafe

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

POEM OF THE DAY; Rendezvous Cafe

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WHEN all my troubles hurt me When I'm feeling blue If I'm in the Middle East Or even NE2 I've got to see the shoreline and My favourite place to stay For a mug of tea under the arch Is Rendezvous Cafe My grandma used to love the view The walk along the sands She told me stories as a kid Each time I took her hand The dragons, heroes, villains and stars From a million miles away Enthralled me in my childhood At the Rendezvous cafe Now I'm back in England No work is to be found I'm trying to sort my life out Nothing is going around I'm looking for a lucky break But still I dream away I live in hope and dream a job At Rendezvous cafe I've never been a proud man Just humble through and through Never had much money That is very true I just need work - a lucky break That's all I ask today Crying tears into my mug At Rendezvous cafe I would go away to work again But it would be a strain Not seeing family for many months It's terrible the pain I'd miss the walks, the footy and gigs Each and every day But most of all I'd miss the memories Of Rendezvous Cafe Having no work In limbo land Not a good place to be You stumble on and just get by You have to wait and see I pray to Grandma in the sky I'm sure of what she'd say Don't be down - take a walk To Rendezvous Cafe I'm not asking for a million I'm not asking my weight in gold I'm just after a decent job To let my dreams unfold Maybe I will get one soon Who can really say Whatever happens I'll still dream At Rendezvous Cafe. …

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