"Minor A" as written by Paul Fitzgerald Otway, Myles Peter Wootton, Drew Malcolm Wootton, Julian Stephen Douglas and Justin Ross Laffer....
You move slow like the shade
Like litter by the drain
But you cross my path quick
Like the shadow of a plane
In your eyes there is something
That flickers like a flame
Steady as she goes
This’ll burn thru my brain

I’m looking for a chance to speak
Wake up now and answer me
Sliding thru an empty space
Looking back like a minor a

I watch you breathe slow
Thru the crowd as it split
And I walk thru the hall
Keeping time like a drip
We close every curtain
Give daylight the slip
Steady as she goes
With no sound from her lips

I’m looking for a chance to speak
Wake up now and answer me
Sliding thru an empty space
Looking back like a minor A


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