"Halo of Fireflies" as written by Jesse Quin and Timothy James Rice-oxley....
Born in a barn by a lake made of whiskey.
A girl with a halo made of fireflies.
She married me by the moonlight in Athens,
And we drove away to see the world.

I've seen a moth by the light and he won't die without a fight.
But like a moth seeks the sun, he never knows if there is one.
But keeps on looking anyway.

Call me a cab 'cause I'm drunk and I'm lonely and I know it's time for me to go on home.
Don't wait for me at the end of the party 'cause I won't be there.

I've seen a moth by the light and he won't die without a fight.
And like the moth I don't know just where the hell I'm supposed to go but I'll keep looking anyway.

So in my dreams I can tell you about her and the way that we spend our lives in happiness.
Down in a barn by a lake made of whiskey.
With a girl with a halo made of fireflies.


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