"Twilight" as written by Robert Shaw and Alice Parker....
There's a distance between Heaven and seven
Miles outside the big-city scene
Mass hysteria in the streets tonight
And taking all that we can take
By the twilight
-I want you to see me

Let's drop that bomb
And start over
Side-step the streets to the beat
With our problems at our feet
And I think the rains will
Bring the flood

I don't want to be wasted all of the time
But it'd be worth it if I could take this ride
Tonight by the twilight
And I wander the streets all alone
Santions and high hopes but where was your reply
Tonight by the twilight
-I want you to see me

And in the world I see the things that I'd try to recreate
With a hand upon their faces as they failed to demonstrate
There's pain and desperation written in you eyes
But I say damn these early morning skies

You lie you try you cry you die


Lyrics submitted by slipvayne94bm

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