Silvertulip

Inspired

I wake up in the morning to a blasted alarm.

I walk through the house, and what do I see.

Not a person in sight,and no lights in the room.

I can't complain, it's just the way things got to be.

 

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness rays of light wash over me.

 

I saw Susie on the street, and knew it happened again.

Her hair was a mess and clothes weren't neat.

Book bag on her shoulder, band on her wrist.

She's  going to our hideout, to cry herself to sleep

 

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness rays of light wash over me.

 

 

If you end up in no mans land, better forget the rules of man.

It's me, myself, and I; nothing else matters.

The kids don't mess around; the leave you for dead.

 

Next thing you know you're on your way to heaven.

 

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness rays of light wash over me.

 

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness wash over me.

Let your happiness rays of light wash over me.



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