• Errant heat to the star
    And the rain let in
    And the hawser rolls, the vessel's whole and Christ, it's thin

    Well, I'd know that you'd offer
    Would reveal it, though it's soft and flat
    Won't repeat it, cull and coffers that
    For the soffit, hang this homeward
    Pry it open with your love
    Sending lost and alone standing offers

    It is steep, it is stone
    Such recovery
    From the daily press, the deepest nest, in keeper's keep
    All the news at the door
    Such a revelry
    Well, it's hocked inside of everything you said to me

    It was found what we orphaned
    Didn't mention it would serve us picked
    Said your love is known, I'm standing up on it
    Aren't we married?
    I ain't living in the dark no more
    It's not a promise, I'm just gonna call it

    Heavy mitted love, our love is a star
    Sure some hazardry
    For the light before and after most indefinitely

    Danger has been stole away

    This is Axiom, ohWriter/s: Justin Deyarmond Edison Vernon
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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