A perfect Sunday, a hard rain comin' down
Everyone's out, no one makes a sound
The traffic noise is the only song they sing
All the dead leaves blow their own way

All the buildings, miles around
Are filled with people on their own
I spend my hours building a wall
No one sees me, and I can hear them call

All these ghosts they float past
Storefronts and hollow sidewalks
No one's empty eyes look to find the sun
That doesn't shine anymore

And I remember when
My time was heaven sent and I'm
Connecting the empty spaces
In every passing moment
And I used to fill my days
And I used to sleep at night
I can still her darkness
And I can still see her light

And after dark hit
No one slows down
And people wander
The edges of town
The train pass going around
The middle of the night
All the lights on
No one in sight

All these ghosts they float past
Storefronts and hollow sidewalks
No one's empty eyes look to find the sun
That doesn't shine anymore

It doesn't shine anymore x14


Lyrics submitted by SEofAN

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