"Still Life" as written by and Gregory Ham....
We all have moments
Frozen for, no reason
What we say, what we do
Self-portraits
Don't be afraid
We can fall no further
Than beyond the edge of our perceptions

Before my eyes
I see you like an alibi
It's not like it used to be

Do you ever wonder
Why we remember and why we forget
As you watch yourself
In the fire of a cigarette
Or prevent the demolition of a
Large public building

Before my eyes
I see you like an alibi
It's not like it used to be

Every picture in a special frame
They remain the same
Still life
Dawn breaking through a silver sky
You and I
Still life

Before my eyes
I see you like, an alibi
It's not like it used to be

You see what's right and what's wrong
A kiss to drown in
Sweet child of paradise
Each eye cuts it's own diamond

Every picture in a special frame
They remain the same
Still life
Dawn breaking 'cross a silver sky
You and I still life

Every picture in a special frame
They remain the same
Still life
Dawn breaking 'cross a silver sky
You and I still life


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"Still Life" as written by Gregory Ham

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