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I spun around in the moonlit sky
I'm hanging over like a satellite
You wanna understand but i can't explain
I knew you well before i said your name outloud
Now it seems I'm a day behind
Staying up until I'm going blind
I hear your voice and all the noise ends

I want to draw you in dotted lines
Cut you out until i make you mine
I'll sew you to the sleeve of my favorite coat
Take you with me everywhere i go
I'll write us both a bridge we can walk across
All one line so we can't get lost
And meet you at the ever after

I spent last night thinking of new words to make up
I passed my time wishing that i'd never wake up

I memorized all the colored words
Sealed them up and folded into thirds
I had to borrow lines 'cause im running out
Disappearing in the sunlight now
I can't hear anything over all this sound
Another wave and i will surely drown
I hear your voice and all the noise ends



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