Well, the morning came like a freight train
Bearing down on me from a thousand miles of rail
Well it came and gone
And kept rolling on
Laying up all night with my tear-stained sheet as my veil

I don’t want to see you again
I don’t want to feel your breath
As you leaned on me so peacefully while we slept
And I don’t want the keys to our door; I don’t live there anymore
And I’ll do my best just to forget the dreams we’ve dreamt

Well, the morning came with the pouring rain
And I felt just as empty as a pail
With the evidence and your crime confessed
Don’t seem right that it’s me that spent a night in jail

I don’t want to see you again
I don’t want to feel your breath
As you leaned on me so peacefully while we slept
And I don’t want the keys to our door ‘cause I don’t live there anymore
And I’ll do my best just to forget the dreams I’ve dreamt

If you feel a chill in the air
It’s my spirit hanging somewhere
If you ever get scared
Look on the Brightside
You got a new life

Now the evening’s come and I’m all alone
And I can’t tell if silence is my foe or my friend
Well I’m holding on but I ain’t too strong
I gotta get some rest before that train come back ‘round the bend

I don’t want to see you again
I don’t want to feel your breath
As you leaned on me so peacefully while we slept
And I don’t want the keys to our door
I don’t live there anymore
And I’ll do my best just to forget the dreams we’ve dreamt
Dreams we’ve dreamt.



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