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Focus on nothing, only your face.
Follow me closely, into the night.
Just for one last time, turn out the light.
And when you wake up turn out the lights.

Oh no-not again.
My eyes are heavy again.
Oh Please not tonight.

Black and blue, overtime
Lets see how far I can drift tonight.
Kissing you everyday
We'll never go this way again.

Just wake me when it's over
Just wake me when it's over

I'm not afraid to go afar with you.
The way the lights upon my arms and face
The ways the nights are made of me and you.

These nights are black and blue
These nights (THESE NIGHTS)
These nights are black and blue

Just wake me when it's over
Just wake me when it's over


I'm not afraid to go afar with you
The way the lights upon my arms and face
The ways the nights are made of me and you.


Oh no-not again.
My eyes are heavy again.
Oh Please not tonight.



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  • darkerharvest
    darkerharvestMay 5, 2010 at 5:57 pm
    This is the coolest titile for a song I've ever heard! 'Apparently Hover Boards Don't Work on Water.' It has this kind of ring to it, right?
    Anyway, I'm probably wrong, but I think this is, like, a song about love or something. And, in the last line, the singer seems to be dreading something, maybe losing his girl? I'm not really sure, but it's a wicked cool song.

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