"Honey & the Moon" as written by and Joseph Lyburn Arthur....


Don't know why I'm still afraid

If you weren't real I would make you up

now

I wish that I could follow through

I know that your love is true

And deep

As the sea

But right now

Everything you want is wrong,

And right now

All your dreams are waking up,

And right now

I wish I could follow you

To the shores

Of freedom,

Where no one lives.


Remember when we first met

And everything was still a bet

In love's game

You would call; I'd call you back

And then I'd leave

A message

On your answering machine


But right now

Everything is turning blue,

And right now

The sun is trying to kill the moon,

And right now

I wish I could follow you

To the shores

Of freedom,

Where no one lives


Freedom

Run away tonight

Freedom, freedom

Run away

Run away tonight


We're made out of blood and rust

Looking for someone to trust

Without

A fight

I think that you came too soon

You're the honey and the moon

That lights

Up my night



But right now

Everything you want is wrong,

And right now

All your dreams are waking up,

And right now

I wish that I could follow you

To the shores

Of freedom

Where no one lives


Freedom

Run away tonight

Freedom freedom

Run away

Run away tonight


We got too much time to kill

Like pigeons on my windowsill

We hang around


Ever since I've been with you

You hold me up

All the time I've falling down


But right now

Everything is turning blue,

And right now

The sun is trying to kill the moon,

And right now

I wish I could follow you

To the shores

Of freedom

Where no one lives






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"Honey & The Moon" as written by Joseph Lyburn Arthur

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