"They've All Forgotten You" as written by and Daniel Romer-friedman....
"The lake shines brightly at night.
So tell me, where are my friends?"
"They've all forgotten you,
They've all forgotten you."
"The breeze reminds me of home,
so where's my family been?"
"They've all forgotten you,
They've all forgotten you."

And when everyone's gone,
this could make a good house.
This could make a good bed,
this could make a good door.
Well you've never been wrong,
but you couldn't be right.
I hope you were wrong when you told me
that I can't be alone.

"The earth stands under my feet,
so where've my enemies gone?"
"They've all forgotten you,
they've all forgotten you."

"The starlight speckles the ground,
so where's my lover been?"
"They've all forgotten you,
they've all forgotten you."


Lyrics submitted by moonpaw

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