"Until The Night Is Over" as written by and Taylor Kirk....
There is a house in New Orleans
Where you woke from a coma and they bit your cheek
And they cleaned you out when you went to sleep

Oh, I just wanna change your mind
I just wanna change your mind
And it might be come right away
It might be come till the day I'm done

And I saw it as the house caught fire
And I saw it when the thief got brave
It's like a night, night, crawler, crawlin' out in the yard
And it's comin' over me in waves

But you're haunted by the morning sun
You keep digging till the night is over

I ain't no doctor, babe
I ain't no doctor, son
But I'll cool your fever till the doctor comes
It's a miracle, babe, but it ain't no fun

I just wanna change your mind
I just wanna change your mind
It might be come right away
It might be come till the day I'm done

And I saw it as the house caught fire
And I saw it when the thief got brave
It's like a night, night, crawler, crawlin' out in the yard
And it's comin' over me in waves

But it's not here now
It's the chance of it I hate
It's a hundred thousand miles off
Comin' closer everyday


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"Until The Night Is Over" as written by Taylor Kirk

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    General Comment"And it might become right away
    It might become till the day I'm done"

    I think that's actually "And it might be coming right our way / It might be coming till the day I'm done"

    And the second time I think it's "It might be coming right our way / It might be coming till the day I'm gone"

    These coincide with the end better as well: "It's a hundred thousand miles off / Comin' closer everyday"

    And a much less significant difference I wanna note is that I hear "I ain't no doctor, son" as "I ain't no doctor's son"


    QOTSAEnthusiaston February 03, 2011   Link

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