• Sundown dazzling day
    Gold through my eyes
    But my eyes turned within
    Only see
    Starless and bible black

    Ice blue silver sky
    Fades into grey
    To a grey hope that oh years to be
    Starless and bible black

    Old friend charity
    Cruel twisted smile
    And the smile signals emptiness
    For me
    Starless and bible black Writer/s: David Francis Cross, Richard William Palmer James, Robert Fripp, William Scott Bruford, John Kenneth Wetton
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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