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The Book Of Knots – Midnight lyrics

I work at the mill
The same as my father and my brothers, too
My mother works there
She hide's there, isn't it she left school?
But today they let all that go
Looks like I've to keep this job

But tonight
I looked up
The stars were burning bright
And under house
A lot locked awes
Of nevermore

With all that girls with nothing left to show
What once slept hard
Will come down
At midnight

People above us don't come up this ruin no more
This town is like a stone
We haven't seen the sun for days
And I'm here working on my own
And I wish I could leave

But tonight
Under the stars
We built, it's burning bright
A heavy hope
That once was ours
But nevermore

With all that girls with nothing left to show
What once slept hard
Will come down
At midnight

But tonight
We'll pull it away
The stars'll be burning bright
Nothing more,
But this house
Will tell the story

With all the girls with nothing left to show
What once slept hard
Will come down
Tonight

Ohhh



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