"Under The Sun" as written by James Buchanan Galley, Samuel Forrest, David Samuel Jones and Martin Cohen....
Shock myself again
Cross my name off the list
I don't belong

Why would you depend
On a voice that can only do you wrong?
I don't want to be alone

I'll be over there
Under the sun
That yellow moon
Is cold and it holds no comfort there
No room to hide your cares

Fell asleep again
Dreamt myself as a cloud
That never rains

Why would you depend
On a heart that can only bring you pain?
I don't want to be around

I'll be over there
Under the sun
That yellow moon
Is cold and it holds no comfort there
No room to hide your cares

You fell into a steady sleep
Awoke alone and out of reach
To stumble over who you were
Then told your story in reverse

You fell into a steady sleep
Awoke alone and out of reach
To stumble over who you were
A horror story underneath the sun


Lyrics submitted by bella127

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