"What Is To Be Done?" as written by and Amy Millan Evan Cranley....
Since you're flying away
Since you're hiding your face
There's nothing I can do about that
Since the child's growing up
Since the time doesn't stop
Since you decided to go
Since the heart beat is slow
There's nothing I can do about that
Since the love letter's lost
Since we can't take the cost
Since they forgotten my name
Since we all miss this game
There's nothing I can do about that
Since my child and our child
Since you light a new light

What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?

Since that you turn to black
Since that you never come back
There's nothing I can do about that
Since the tide changed its course
Since we all lose our voice
Since the signal will fade
Since we lose what we made
There's nothing I can do about that
Since the water is deep
Since we no longer sleep
Since it all has to end
Since I'm missing my friend
There's nothing I can do about that
Since you're moving away
Since this is the end of the play

What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?
What do we do about that?


Lyrics submitted by fendie, edited by kale_slurpee, ao76421, kittiewonder

"What Is to Be Done?" as written by Christopher Alexander Mccarron Amy E Millan

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    General CommentThe lines "Since my child and our child / Since you light a new light" sound more like "Since I tried and I tried / Since you lied and you lied", but that might just be me?
    kittiewonderon May 19, 2015   Link

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