"Things Left on the Pavement" as written by and M. Eaton R. Cuckston....
There's no moon today
Because of the yellow light
That hovers live a faint fur
Over the rooftops
Blocking the sky from sight
If you're never left in the darkness
Then you never feel alone
And the things that are left on the pavement
Means that you're never ever alone

I could sing a lullaby to them all
Nighttime over the tannoys
Wish them safely home

Outside my bedroom window
The night will never fall
It stays outside the city
Like a glove waiting to be worn
If you're never left in the darkness
Then you never feel alone
And the noise that thickens up the air
Means you're never ever alone


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"Things Left on the Pavement" as written by Jonthan Owen Daren Garrett

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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