Vanishing Mind

  • On the longest day
    The vanishing mind
    Knows not when the day ends
    Who could care for you
    Would could understand

    In the room sealed shut
    And you’re not what you were
    So much sweeter now
    That there’s nothing left to
    Remember you

    It’s what brought you here
    It’s what keeps you here
    Who could care for you
    Who could understand
    Know not when the day ends or begins anymore
    In the hallway and waiting again

    Here we are, here we sit
    The light turning grey
    Your smile brings me back
    To the longest day
    The vanishing mind

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