"St. Joan" as written by Wendy Viora Wilson, Carnie Wilson, Clif Magness and Marc Wallace Jordan....
Shake me if I scream
Hold me if I cry
Read to me if I crash again tonight
My heart's waiting for thunder
So catch all the rain on your face
All the trains went by
the station master's eye

Wept for me
Prayed for me
Horses on a hill
ate his cake
and god was late
Took another pill

St. Joan
Burning in my bed
What can I do there's voices in my head
Butterflies and lullabies
here inside my kerosene dream

Lighting up the sky at night
Burning in the candlelight
Waking up the sun

Are you only waiting for yourself
Are you lonely like crystal on the shelf

Blue is the color of darkness
In my room
I found out a little too late
It's just another stage
you think you've come of age

Drop me off
Flip me out
Stand me by the wall
Sing to me
Bring to me
I am ten feet tall


Lighting up the sky at night
Burning in the candlelight
Waking up the sun

Stay with me
Hold me if you can
Play with me
Write to me
Remember what you said


St. Joan
Stay with me

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"St. Joan" as written by Clif Magness Marc Jordan

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