"Twisted Light" as written by and Alexander Maas Geary Christian Bland....
Bite into the apple's side
Taste the flesh of red and white
Step into the twisted light
Find yourself a second time

Sitting in the pews below
Gazing through the stained glass window
Beggars stand on corners collecting
Our children wild and laughing
At the thought of leisured confusion
Appear visions, imploding knowledge
Spin this nova into a flourished pool

Bite into the apple's side
Slip inside your helpless mind
Finally find it's just a lie
I can see you inside me

Keep it evolving, we're revolving
Right over our dreams

The wife of noon gathered her fleet
Brought them to town, let them roam free
She stirred her emotions quickly
Slitted was her nightgown pleasing each crowd
Bouncing business, her jaw is hardened
As night's kite gets tangled in the tree line
The wife of noon gets tangled in the tree line
His heart's changing, eyes on her gems


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