"Antonia Jane (Lightning Dust cover)" as written by Amber Erica Webber and Joshua Mark Wells....
Did you ever come close to home?
Riding the tide of the silver line
Maybe dress them up in ribbon and golds
Never fall back into the one you love

Pick-pocket lady with her mind on you
She'll break a million hearts until she makes it through
But I declare a war on you
Someday soon

Hiding with the border skies
Lead down ditches on the side of the road
Be careful you don't look to the sun
Lazyhead lions, you'll get fed to the wolves

So rally up the soldiers, there's a war to win
If hearts can't be alarmed, I can't let them win
But I would give it all for you
Someday soon
So rally up the soldiers, there's a war to win
If hearts can't be alarmed, I can't let them win
But I would give it all for you
Someday soon
So rally up the soldiers, there's a war to win
If hearts can't be alarmed, I can't let them win
But I would give it all for you
Someday soon

Bury all the silver and gold
We can walk to the top and look down at it all
What happens when the feeling's gone?
It's a love angel with the wings cut off

So the parents tell the children, "That's no way to live"
So we capture what we're after, left of the rest of them
Antonia Jane will rise again


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Antonia Jane [Acoustic]" as written by Joshua Wells Amber Webber

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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