"Nightswimmer" as written by and Beth Jeans Houghton....
My darling wears his clothes
To go swimming at night
Me, I can only hope
He'll go out with the tide

You're only my only love
And I can't keep my head up above
This ocean that you poured
All over the bathroom

My darling wears his clothes
To go swimming at night
Me, I can only hope
He'll go out with the tide

"And the sun blushed silver
And the cracks in the pavement sweat like the crust
Of a toffee pecan pie
And the orange dust in the air a nice seasoning for the
Humans scratching their legs on street corners
Spending their coins on carbonated sugar drinks
From the stalls by the park
But in the end the words run lifeless
And nothing ever came of"

You're only my only love
And I can't keep my head up above
This ocean that you poured
All over the bathroom


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"Nightswimmer" as written by Beth Jeans Houghton

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