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Dawn breeze brushed my cheek and I knew what I had to leave Dawn chorus
Came on glorious all wrapped up in your sheets Beneath the noise there was
Silence
And what was left was ours to surprise us
And you could say that you could say that you could say that it was my
Knowing But I never knew, no I never knew, no I never knew where this would
Be going
All the stories people tell and all the tales I heard from myself
It’s best you know or else get told the soft flesh that beats ‘neath your
Breast Beneath the noise there’s only silence
And all that’s left comes on to surprise us
And you could blame it you could blame it
You could blame it on my knowing
But I never knew, no I never knew,
No I never knew where this would be going
I was lonely as the moon who longs for the sun to come by
I’d wait and wait and wait and wait but never seem to share the same sky
Beneath the noise there was always silence
But what is left comes on to surprise us
And I could say that I could swear that I could swear that it was my
Knowing But I never knew, no I had no clue, no I never knew, where this
Would be going



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