"Night Sky" as written by and Sharon Leigh Lanza Andrew Wegman Bird....
Sound is a wave, like a wave on the ocean
Moon plays the ocean like a violin
Pushing and pulling from shore to shore
Biggest melody you never heard before

If I were the night sky, if I were the night sky
Here’s my lullaby
Lullaby to leave by If I were the night

What if we hadn’t been born at the same time?
What if you’re seventy-five and I were nine?
Would I come visit you?
Bring you cookies in an old folks home?
Would you be there alone?

And when the late summer lightning
Fires off in your arms
Will I remember to breathe?
No, I never will, no
And the fire could convince you that I mean you no harm
Just wanna show you how not to need

What if I was the night sky?
Here’s my lullaby
Lullaby to leave by if I were the night

What if we hadn’t been each other at the same time?
Would you tell me all the stories from when you were young and in your prime?
Would I rock you to sleep?
Would you tell me all the secrets you don’t need to keep?
Would I still miss you?
Oh, would you then have been mine?

Sound is a wave, like a wave on the ocean
Moon plays the ocean like a violin
Pushing and pulling from shore to shore
Biggest melody you never heard before

If I were the night sky, here's my lullaby
Lullaby to leave by, if I were the night



Lyrics submitted by abirata

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