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Now
I'm passing every street light
With ease
The street signs are much to dark to even pretend I've been here before

Where is your hand to guide me, close by mine
Another dead end
No, not this

Troubles for miles with no sign
With no sign

Will she be waiting to pull me off to the side?

Will she be waiting to pull me off to the side?

Lost in a one track mind
Stopping the chance to take ourselves
Lost in a one track mind
Stopping the chance to take ourselves

She can't be much further...
As the day rests,
The sun fades, into my eyes
She floats around inside my empty head
Searching for

When does the moonlight end
The smell is so faint
But it must be the one
My bones ache,
From the cold
No one could predict that I would ever get this far
For so long

Do I have the strength
To go on
Smoke begins to fill my head
But still I press on

When does the moonlight end
The smell is so faint
But must be the one
When does the moonlight end
My bones ache
From the cold
No one could predict that I would ever get this far
For so long

She's waiting
She's waiting
She's waiting
I feel her
She's waiting



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