goodmorning misses sun
your shining so beautifully today.
giving light to all the people
but your still staying out of our way.
so tell me what its like
to be everyones brightest light
but you still float in the sky alone
but you still float in the sky alone

goodevening misses sun
it seems you digging into the ground today
tell me why your leaving since
you always brighten up my day
so tell me what its like
to leave all of your friends in dark at night
the moon can't ever replace you
the moon can't ever replace you

goodmorning mister moon
your face looks faint, from the earth today
your heart is cold and solid
you always seem to want your own space
so tell me what its like
to seem so dim since the sun shines so bright

goodevening mister moon
i only see you 12 times a year
the darkness that you bring with you
gives the people a mindless fear
so tell me what its like
to give everyone a darkened sight

you have always seemed so close, but your so far away
when i shoot and explode in the sky, fall, and fade
you wont ever catch me with your arms you stray
take another shot, tomorrows a brand new day.


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    General CommentThis song, I got straight from Haley Mill's myspace
    is about her mother "misses sun" and how she has supported and loved everyone around her and how "the moon can never replace you" is how she doesnt want to live with her father, who still shines but not brightly and hes a good person, but he just cant support Haley and her brother.
    I think i might have gotten some words a little mixed up,but thats what its about.

    its a truly amazing song [:
    i love the line
    "when i shoot and explode in the sky, fall, and fade
    you wont ever catch me with your arms you stray"
    alexxxxon April 09, 2008   Link

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