"Warmth" as written by and James Samuel Iii/lewis Harris....
Warmth is just a word
She needs something else that she can feel
Oh I suppose, I suppose
You've already tried all these things
But she was never any good at making deals

So come on now
Just get clear with her
And when she wants an answer
Don't give a pack of lies
Tell her that you heard somewhere
That warmth is just a word

Touch can be a crutch
You're not a cripple, make her feel your eyes
Oh I suppose, I suppose
You've already tried all these things
But don't get smart, don't try her on for size

Yes come on now
Just get near to her
And when she says to touch her
Don't give a pack of lies
Tell her it's too much, you don't need it (you don't need it)
Because touch can be a crutch

I suppose there'll be some times
When she can't meet your demands
But just pack all your selfishness
And bury it somewhere deep in the sand

And remember

Night demands a light
That's the time when you can get some aid
Oh I suppose, I suppose
You've already tried all these things
But when she cries, just ask if she's afraid
I think you'll find

That this will ease her
And after all this midnight madness leaves her
She'll say she's alright
Because she loves you
And night demands a light

She'll say she's alright
Because she'll thank you
And night demands a light

And now it's your light


Lyrics submitted by bottledlife

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