Meet Me On the Equinox

Album: New Moon soundtrack (2009)
  • Meet me on the Equinox
    Meet me half way
    When the sun is perched at it's highest peek
    In the middle of the day

    Let me give my love to you
    Let me take your hand
    And as we walk in the dimming light
    Oh darling understand

    That everything, everything ends
    That everything, everything ends

    Meet me on your best behavior
    Meet me at your worst
    For there will be no stone unturned
    Or bubble left to burst

    Let me lay beside you, darling
    Let me be your man
    And let our bodies intertwine
    But always understand

    That everything, everything ends
    That everything, everything ends
    That everything, everything, everything ends

    A window
    An opened tomb
    The sun crawls
    Across your bedroom
    A halo
    A waiting room
    Your last breaths
    Moving through you

    As everything, everything ends
    As everything, everything ends
    As everything, everything, everything
    Everything, everything, everything ends

    Meet me on the Equinox
    Meet me half way
    When the sun is perched at it's highest peek
    In the middle of the day

    Let me give my love to you
    Let me take your hand
    And as we walk in the dimming light
    Oh darling understand

    That everything, everything ends Writer/s: BENJAMIN GIBBARD, NICHOLAS HARMER, JASON McGERR, CHRISTOPHER WALLA
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Charlie from Las Vegas, Nvthis song is totally cool even though im not a 'twilighter.' especially the chorus. actually the overall meaning of the song is something i can relate to, in a sense. i mean, my boyfriend lives in SoCal while i live here. we didn't actually fall in love until after i moved here. thus i didnt have all that much time to bond with him. oddly enough that song makes me think of him every time i hear it.
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