"Starlet" as written by and Matthew Morris Pond....
The starlet fell from the skies
She was impossibly light
She lit my world blue and green

Glowed those eye made me ache
Down to the corners of faith
With silence into the streets

Strangers stopped being strange
We kissed the fire on the face
I was awake in my dreams

I know I know
I know
These wires twist their way to you
And by the time they reach you
I'll be gone

I know I know
I know
There's so much I don't know
I still know someday I will make sense
To someone

The starlet showed me her sites
A second is a whole life
To gather gold from the field

Was goodbye from the start
At least I practised my part
I lived a minute to dream

The starlet flew before dawn
And passed the world and my palms
And In the dark I still see

I know I know
I know
These wires twist their way to you
And by the time they reach you
I'll be gone

I know I know
I know
There's so much I don't know
I still know someday I will make sense
To someone

And we steal into the drive-in
Burning fiction on our skin
Killing time until the action
And whispered when do we exist

And then the screen comes crashing down from up above
The night is shattered as we circle round the sun
The night's in ruins til we circle round the sun

I know I know
I know
There's so much I don't know
I still know someday I will make sense
To someone

I know I know
I know
These wires twist their way to you
And by the time they reach you
I'll be gone

I know I know
I know
There's so much I don't know
I still know someday I will make sense
To someone


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"Starlet" as written by Matthew Morris Pond

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    My InterpretationSounds like he's leaving a relationship because the two don't work as a couple. She doesn't understand him, and they're just going through the motions.
    blinxbcron May 13, 2014   Link

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