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Forty days and counting
I'm going to sleep
When I wake up there will be thirty nine more days left

When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
Until I fall asleep and you are with me

Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh

Thirty days and counting
I'm going to sleep
When I wake up there will be twenty nine more days left

When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
Until I fall asleep and you are with me

When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
When I fall asleep I feel you with me
Until I fall asleep and you are with me

Ooh, ooh, ooh, oh.



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    UnregisteredOct 29, 2011 at 3:31 am
    Lights' new song called 'and counting' is a response to blessthefall's song called '40 days' (blessthefall is a band). The lead singer of the band happens to be lights' boyfriend, beau boken. He wrote '40 days' for her and she responded with her song 'and counting' shortly after. Her lyrics in her song are connected with his lyrics in his song, and some of the lyrics are identical to one another. It explains how much they miss each other when the other isn't around. So it's almost a whole song together, like '40 days... And counting'. Cute, right?
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