"White Noise" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
Come on, come on, that dirty water should have run this bridge by now
I've been all day leaning on the rail
Looking for a ripple, looking for you on the bow
When your making hand signals
Well, you're frantic to show me
And I decipher okay
But you never did know me
You just knew what to say

And it's white noise and wishes
That held us together, I know
Only a fool even mentions forever, so I
I wish warm weather on your upturned face
We were swimming like fishes
In all kinds of weather, I know
Only a fool even whispers forever, so I
I wish warm weather on your upturned face

Come on, come on, are you still overheated
You lashed out, I think you just needed to show
You could cut me there
And to think that you thought I would lose enough blood to care
Grab this golden ring, it's a halo from me
It's how a set you free
But you're building me a box in your mind
Honey, I tell you it's a waste of pine

And it's white noise and wishes
That held us together, I know
Only a fool even thinks about forever, so I
I wish warm weather on your upturned face
We were swimming like fishes
In all kinds of weather, I know
Only a fool even whispers forever, so I
I wish warm weather on your upturned face


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"White Noise" as written by Jonathan Patrick Wurster James August Wilbur

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