"The Light" as written by and Ramin Ken Sakurai Geoffrey Brandin....
Morning breaks the kettles on
I’m not awake there’s no alarm
The hills aflame behind me
As the ash seeps through my window

My mother’s voice spills out of me like vinegar
Seems I just can’t stop
My fight a burning beacon
Dare I let it shine this bright

If you could take my youth
And hold it in your hand
Then you’d understand
It falls through it’s just sand
No sense in holding on
The currents much too strong
Extinguish all those silly dreams

Did you turn out the light
You wonder through the day
Did you turn out the light

Did you turn out the light
You wonder through the day
Did you turn out the light
Did you turn out the light

I used to be consumed for hours
Without consequence
Burning at both ends
With blasphemous indifference
Yes just like you
I was just like you

If you could take my youth
And hold it in your hand
Then you’d understand
It falls through it’s just sand
No sense in holding on
The currents much too strong
Extinguish all those silly dreams
Did you turn out the light
You wonder through the day
Did you turn out the light

Did you turn out the light
You wonder through the day
Did you turn out the light

Did you turn out the light
Did you turn out the light


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