"Five Trees" as written by Lewis James Bowman, Richard Paul Mitchell, Liam Carl Arklie, Michael Eran Hibbert and Alexander David Parry....
So long my weekday lover,
You have been so unkind to me.
I've been beside another
In a far off fantasy.

Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I strayed too far into a dream.
Dark here in a grey surrounds;
Five trees with stars at their crown.

Dust in my heart
Dust in my veins
I strayed too far into a dream.
Wandered the dark,
Fully and strange,
I strayed too far into a dream.

I toured afar and left it tattered
Here there was no need for thinking.
Here was where the very start was scattered,
They were snowing down around in the wind.

Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I strayed too far into a dream.
Dark here in a grey surrounds;
Five trees with stars at their crown.

Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I strayed too far into a dream.
Wandered the dark fully and strange,
Watching the stars slowly descend.
Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I watched the stars slowly descend,
Lost in the dark, fully and strange,
I strayed too far into a dream.

Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I strayed too far into a dream.
Wandered the dark fully and strange,
Watching the stars slowly descend.
Dust in my heart,
Dust in my veins-
I watched the stars slowly descend,
Dark here in a grey surrounds;
Five trees with stars at their crown.


Lyrics submitted by zephryan

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