"Meet Me At Midnight" as written by Alfred Moore Thomas, Nicole Margosian and Michael Troutman....
Sometimes I believe
(No one's even listening)
And I can only move in light
Memory is not so much a fluid as a capsule
Breaking without sound like months of ice
We met at midnight, the closest we could come to a new day
The whole world's weight melted with the snow
Leaving only we to reflect
The endless hope of spring
The endless spring of hope
Our hearts were the type that broke windows

Exchanging secrets as we slept
Unknowing we'd excel at all things which are held
While failing at those which are kept
We moved as apparitions through each nightmarish vision
And I woke up someone else
To whisper of joint decisions
Loud feet dance in the kitchen
Gloriously out of step
The creaking floorboards would ring
With all the strength and hope of spring
And I could hold you up in beams
I was helpless but to reflect
But now we only move in memory
In past tense

And I can feel my heart breaking like a capsule
Like silence, like dawn
And however late, all that spills out is light
We believed we could have danced all night
And we were half-right


Lyrics submitted by InspectorMustache

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