"Regret" as written by and Anne Erin Clark....
Morning pry the windows open
Let in what's so terrifying
Summer is as faded as a lone cicada call
Memories so bright I gotta squint just to recall
Regret the words I've bitten
More than the ones I ever said

Who's the one animal
All by yourself, all of us
All of us
All of us

Who's the one animal
All by yourself, all of us
Who's the one animal
All by yourself, all of us

I'm afraid of heaven because I can't stand the heights
I'm afraid of you because I can't be left behind

Oh well, there's a red moon rising
The door slammed and it felt like a cannonball

Who's the one animal
All by yourself, all of us
Who's the one animal
All by yourself, all of us
All of us
All of us


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"Regret" as written by Anne Erin Clark

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    My InterpretationWell, the red moon is about the End, which is nigh.
    And she is afraid of heaven.

    Acts 2:20
    The sun shall be turned to darkness and the moon to blood, before the day of the Lord comes, the great and magnificent day.
    shruggedon February 26, 2014   Link

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