Son

  • Hundred times I write followed around again to when
    Needed once running out the spaces of mind

    Standing in the garden,
    Guard my number from the one who says go
    Standing in the garden,
    Guard my number from the one who says go
    Leave the son alone

    You can care, you can stand reasons to go on
    Can't hear anyone tell you what you like!
    You can rest in finding that your [?] are over
    You can see the reason why your story is not over!

    Leave the son alone moonlight way, way back home
    I'm nothing I'm not the one who still, still awaits alone [x2] Writer/s: EMILY CAMILLE KOKAL, JENNIFER LEE LINDBERG, STELLA ZOFIA MOZGAWA, THERESA BECKER-WAYMAN
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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