"Truth With Elegance" as written by Andrew Iain Bews, Colin Iain Doran, Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour, Laurence John Hibbit and Paul John Townsend....
Try to hole onto sentiments growing to some extent to be the waisterr of it all
Crowded room belie elegance truth be told
Evidence will turn your cheeks cold

Pretend I'm worth a million trial
With countless tears and sleepless nights
Do not ignore the feeling

The fluorescence you wash from your hair
So the cruelty could cling to your pillow
Yet the wrongs you do go unimpaired
You should hope that the ground will not swallow.

If the future took elements
Wouldn't you compliment
And tell me all you know
Your the victim of circumstance
And bordered intelligence
But you refuse to learn.

Pretend I'm worth a million trials
With countless tears and sleepless nights
Do not ignore the feeling.

The fluorescence you
Wash from your hair
So the cruelty could cling to your pillow
Yet the wrongs you do go unimpaired
You should hope that the ground will not swallow.

Now I lay down
And try to sleep
But its difficult
Without a drink
If you were here
It would be easy.

The fluorescence you
Wash from your hair
So the cruelty could cling to your pillow
Yet the wrongs you do go unimpaired
You should hope that the ground will not swallow.


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"Truth With Elegance" as written by Andrew Iain Elliot Gilmour Andrew Iain Bews

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