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You've got that sadness in your eyes
You've got that look, says tell me why
Stars don't seem to shine, in the cold and lonely night
Turn out the light, you're all alone
You watch the street lights down below
Passers-by don't seem to matter now, miles away

Night falling, can't you see the light
Wait until the morning comes
Night falling, can't you see the light
Wait until the morning comes

OK, the moon tonight's a girl
But hey there's no-one here to tell
Footsteps in the hall, haunting you, haunting you
You know that shooting stars don't last
But you thought that you'd give it one last chance
And now your harshest judge is standing there, in front of you

Night falling, can't you see the light
Wait until the morning comes
Night falling, can't you see the light
Wait until the morning comes
Total eclipse and you can't see the light
Wait a little longer, someday, you will find
You're better off on your own

Maybe you'll be dancing in the rain
Putting on a smile to hide the pain
Twenty years from now, waiting for the morning...



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