Album: Safe In Sound (2023)
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  • If the sun goes dark someday
    And all the stars fall out from space, oh
    Solace me, my enlightened one
    With no stars and with no sun

    And if the blue moon didn’t come
    Wasn’t new, it just wandered on to some
    Other earth and some other sun
    Would you also go love some other one?

    Take me with you, Maria please
    I’m so full and I need to empty
    I set all my glittering cotton alight on
    The bitter chance you’ll restore my sight
    I’d leave my body and my blood behind on
    Just the faith you’re the one to find Writer/s: BRIAN POWERS, NICHOLAS GUNTY
    Publisher: Songtrust Ave
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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