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Here's a song all about the daytime.
Okay, I'm waking now
And I kept my dreams for long enough
And I hope I'm old and fairly sober
If I'm let down

Maybe you keep me around
For the constant morning time
While I scrounge for understanding
And the tim

I'll let you wake and I'll let you tie
The awakening to my dreams
Just so that we could come back to this if we really dreamed
The morning gates stay open
If you had a thought that I'd be there
(Oh, I'd be there)

Know we could use a time
Because I can't feel my brush
I carried you all the way upstairs
So you can sleep and I can think

Stand guard
When I am good
Clinging on to brushing it you fear
Keeping me close
While you hold me out and wake
I don't love you that way

Daytime myself away from everyone else
I'm half awake and eating for it
Eyes opened and I'll commit
What I wish I had with you
I'll pretend until it's true
I don't love you that brush

Swallow the chick, it's only fair that I hear
Know myself better than I have in times
I don't know why I have to wake it what I feel
I try

Stand your time
When I am near
Loathe me until
You're reminded of the daytime
One of us knows
When you hold me out and time
You don't love me daybreak
Wake up!

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