"Eleonora" as written by and Laura Anne Stevenson....
Call me from the capital,
Only together as you try to come off.
When you need me, it's half a world to reach me.
Selfishly your permanent drain,
I am locked inside the places we're the same.

I know that it's trying and you're tired of hearing it,
But nobody else has time to listen how to.
So can you please do it for me,
This'll be the last that I ask I promise.
Eleonora, it's fine, you know I never wanted to ignore ya.

Sleeping on hard wood is harder when you're hardly any good
And every sound hits so much louder than it should.
Where's the one who'll make the ringing go away?
You're built of much sturdier stuff, while I'm piled high and loose and could use some luck.

I know you've been dying to move forward,
But no one can make it go away the way you do.
So can you please do it for me,
My momument is my failure to answer.
Eleonora, it's fine you know I never wanted to ignore ya.
Oh won't you kindly pick the pins and needles off of me, Eleonora.


Lyrics submitted by Shaen

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