"Golden Hour" as written by Tim Smith, Paul Alexander, Eric Nichelson and Mckenzie Smith....
Hold them up when the trees come back.
About the cup of wine surrounds me,
Never can tell me it doesn't care.

So where are you when the trees come back?
I can't forget about the way you move,
The way you looked before you left.

I'm better of running to see you in your green shirt.
Walk through the city, the colored lights.

I'm better of running to see you in your green shirt.
Walk through the city, the colored lights.

So punish me now with those brand new eyes.

Wish you were here when the trees come back.
And the weather is nice this evening but I don't care.

I'm better of running to see you in your green shirt.
Walk through the city, the colored lights.

I'm better of running to see in your green shirt.
Walk through the city, the colored lights.

I'm better of running to see in your green shirt.
I'm better of running to see you.

So punish me now with those brand new eyes.


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"Golden Hour" as written by Mckenzie Smith Eric Nichelson

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    General Commentwell, i guess since i'm the first one to comment on this, i should note the name of the song is 'golden hair'. it's also beautiful as fuck.
    jterranceon October 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI can't listen to this song as much,
    I can relate to it too much, and it just makes me numb and almost suicidal.
    Butlersworthon January 20, 2011   Link

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