"Daybreak (Storybook Children)" as written by Spencer Proffer and David Pomeranz....
Daybreak
How can I ever leave this place beside you?
You were the only one I ever cried to
The night is through

And now it's heartache
I should be home before he sees it's daybreak
Light from the sky is shining through the curtain lace
I never really meant to stay

And now it's daybreak
We were just sitting and talking
Oh, who would have thought we'd be spending the night
Dreading the light of daybreak?

And now it's daybreak
We were like storybook children
Hey, but, like all good fairytale, this one must end
Here is the end it's nearly daybreak

How can I ever leave this place beside you?
You were the only one I ever cried to
The night is through

How can I ever leave?
In the night I'm suppose to leave
But what can I do?
What can I say, what can I do? But pray


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"Daybreak (Storybook Children)" as written by Nathan Connolly Gary Lightbody

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