She said, "Lord, when I die
Don't you dare put me up in the sky
Make me a weeping willow tree
But I just can't stand the thought of it
I'm getting old and and I can't quit
Wearing these clothes of this man who ain't me

Everywhere I go, it's all the same
Dead end roads and one way streets
Tired eyes and tired feet
You wait for the sun and hope for the rain
You run down your dreams before morning takes them away

It's a beautiful night, there's a pale moon rise
These trees are on fire under orange street lights
There's a pale moon rise, pale moon rise

She said, "Lord, don't let me die
There's so many things I still gotta try
Like falling in love one more time
But I just can't keep my thoughts in line
Against the clock and out of time
And I'm losing sleep 'til the nighttime takes me away"

It's a beautiful night, there's a pale moon rise
These trees are on fire under orange street lights
There's a pale moon rise, pale moon rise


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