"Daylight In The City" as written by and Hrag Chanchanian Adrian Robison....
It's the start of a bright new day as the light finds its way
Through the curtains at the end of my night.
I'm alive in a city of dead people rising for work

And as they ride through the cycle, the machine revving up,
I feel a little suicidal, just not high enough to jump.

Oh who am I kidding now?
My plan to die young, somehow is just a memory now.
It's daylight in the city, "just hold me,"
She said, "it's been a long night in the city, just hold me, hold me..."

I had an old friend who said I should run
Like today is the last of my sick, sorry little life.
As I stared into my own eyes in the mirror by my bed,
That's when I realized nobody ever told me that, I'm just afraid of dying.
She told me everything is gonna be all right, everything is gonna be just fine


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"Daylight in the City" as written by Eric Victorino Adrian Robison

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    General CommentI love this song, it really describes how I feel right now. I need this cd now, and I have to re-buy their first one. This band is awesome.
    MarkiePon December 20, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is a perfect way to end Strata Presents The End Of the World. The entire CD Just pushes the message that there's a hole in the world and we're all falling into , and at the end it shows there's still hope and so long as we know the hole's there, things CAN get better.
    Nasirzon May 19, 2008   Link

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