Allison, your secret tongue's
Not understood by anyone
But you and me and the pictures on the wall
And every song you'll ever sing
Rings truer when you sing to me
So sing to me tonight, baby doll
Hope we'll be together by the fall
Allison, you hardly sing at all

Oh, god
We sank into the sea
Though I was never one to leave
The time has come
Those days are gone
The song is done
Allison
Do you still love me?

Allison, you're deaf and blind
But you can hear the passing time
And you can see the writing on the wall
As the winter days turn warm
I hope to keep you safe from harm
'Cos I can hear you crying down the hall
But Allison, you hardly cry at all

Oh, god
We sank into the sea
Though I was never one to leave
The time has come
Those days are gone
The song is done
Allison
Do you still love me?
Do you still love me?

Do you still love me without consequence
Love me when we're just making rent
When you're not making any sense
Just say the word
Love me in the aftermath
Of twenty years of lovers past
Love me to the very last
And free
You and me
Will be

Allison, your secret kiss
The only lie that I will miss
So kiss me one last time before you go
Lift me up before you lay me low
Allison, you never really know


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