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David Garza – Sadness lyrics

Sadness as she watches her son die
Yeah, he's the only heaven in her sky
Still, where there is shadow of turning
Everything is burning away

Back then, she was too young to say no
[Incomprehensible] and halos
Now she lives in silence and shadows
Ever since she's broken away

In a stranger's room she lost her bloom
She'll never be the same
He left a wound, deep in the womb
And it still hurts today

Sadness as she watches her son die
She's staring at his baby brown eyes
She tells herself that he's getting closer, closer
But everyday, he's slipping away
Yeah, yeah, yeah, oh

In a stranger's room she lost her bloom
She's never been the same
He left a wound, deep in the womb
And it still hurts today
Yeah, yeah

Watch that light, watch that sound
Yeah, watch that song spin around

She could think of nothing to say now
She's flying through a forest of blues clouds
Slower than a second movement
And it's all burning away

Yeah, everything is slipping away
Oh yeah, everything is burning away, yeah, yeah
Oh you're slipping away, yeah
Oh, everything is burning away
Oh yeah, everything is burning away



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