"Still There's A Light" as written by and Matthew Patrick Pryor....
passenger plane
cross-continental
just can't fly to save my life
and all i can say
i'm half in the bottle
your look still cuts me like a knife

but don't call it in
the day may be dark
swear that the lamp's been broken
but still there's a light

adrift in this state
condemned to wander
tracing circles in the dust
and hours i've laid
i have to wonder
does water cleanse
or does it rust

so don't call it in
the day may be dark
swear that the lamp's been broken
but still there's a light

these aren't important things
they're just my possessions
they don't mean anything
you can have them

so don't call it in
the day may be dark
swear that the lamp's been broken
but still there's a light
but still there's a light
but still there's a light


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