- Sight Of The Sun

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November 12, 2015

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For once
There is nothing up my sleeve
Just some scars from a life
That used to trouble me

I used to run
At first sight of the sun
Now, I lay
Here waiting for you to wake up
The city outside
Still sounds like it's on fire
You put on new sheets
The white flag of a Saturday night
I know we stayed up
Talking in circles

But I like to think the symmetry

Will keep me close to you
For everyone I'm out to prove wrong
You keep the light on

The only one, you know me better than the truth
So despite what I've done

I pray to God that we can move on
'Cause thus far you are the best thing that this

Life is yet to lose
&, for once
There is nothing up my sleeve

Just some scars from a life

That used to trouble me
I used to run
At first sight of the sun
Now, I lay here waiting for you to wake up

I lay here waiting for you to wake up
So if you gonna leave
If you gonna go
I can't bare to sleep
Without you in my arms
I know we got caught up slipping through a crowd of fibbers & looters
But you must not let them take you
They don't know you like I do
For once
here is nothing up my sleeve
Just some scars from a life
That used to trouble me
I used to run
At first sight of the sun
Now, I lay here waiting for you to wake up
I lay here waiting for you to wake up
Do you remember when we stayed up
'Til the sun stretched through the room
I used to blame it on the queens
Walking down 7th Avenue
It's been years now since we moved
I've gotten through with an excuse
You know, I try not to speak superlatives
But it's impossible to you
The city outside
Is nothing but a flicker, now
You see our friends to bed
Gou turn out the lights
I start to think
You'll make a beautiful mother, I
I like to think I have everything I want from this life

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