"A Doe and Two Fawns" as written by and Juliana Hatfield....
I stand at the window looking out
Waiting for something, I don't know what
They don't see me so they're not scared
But they tread lightly everywhere

Here comes the darkness
It comes down fast
Run to the ocean
Leave tracks in the sand

Sunset?s pink and orange and lavender and gray
There's a bird on a branch at the top of the tree
We wanted the world to give us a chance
Now we're pushed out to the edges

If we stand still blinded by the lights
Is it murder or suicide?

Here comes the darkness
It comes down fast
Run to the ocean
Over the sand

Here comes the darkness
It comes down fast
Run to the ocean
Leave tracks in the sand



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"A Doe and Two Fawns" as written by Juliana Hatfield

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