"Clair De Lune" as written by and Art Harris....
The air cools as the sun sets
My eyes swell with simplicity
The call of pure nothingness
The answer of everything
I find myself lost in your majesty

The lost tales of innocence
Like the child inside of me
It's thorns bruise while its heart beats beauty
Brave the pain
So you may drink of me

You lift me
As I walk beside the water
Look up to the moon
My love becomes a river
As I run into you

Stars prick their bed of pink, bleeding blue
Find their way into your eyes as I stare into you
Self falls away in the twilight
This is the first of our summer nights
Now there is nothing we must be or do

If I could freeze this moment in time
I'd frame it and hang it in the hall of divine
I'd call the whole world and beg them to see
How much we love
How lucky I'll be (I'm lucky, I'm lucky, I'm lucky)

You lift me
As I walk beside the water
Look up to the moon
My love becomes a river
As I run into you

I don't know where I end or begin
I don't know if that's yours or my skin
I feel like I've got nothing to lose
Everything I am I give to you

I walk beside the water
Look up to the moon
My love becomes a river
As I run into you

I walk beside the water
Look up to the moon
My love becomes a river running wild
As I run into you

The air cools as the sun sets
My eyes swell with simplicity
Self falls away in the twilight
This is the first of our summer nights


Lyrics submitted by riotprrl

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