Autumn Leaves

Album: Miracle Pill (2019)
  • In the trees, the autumn breeze
    The winter’s cold but summer’s soul is underneath
    The sun is?low,?the heavy sky
    I?sometimes watch it ‘till it sinks?below the tide

    So I wait
    So I wait

    The sun is low, the heavy sky
    I sometimes watch it ‘till it sinks below the tide
    Life is change, we move on
    And where you go, I hope the summer goes along

    So I wait
    And I wait

    And in the trees, the autumn breeze
    The winter’s cold, but summer’s soul is underneath
    The sun is low, the heavy sky
    I sometimes watch it ‘till it sinks below the tide

    Life is change, we move on
    And where you go, I hope the summer goes along

    So I wait
    And I wait yeah

    Life is change, we move on
    And where you go I hope the summer goes along

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