"Asleep From Day" as written by Thomas Owen Mostyn Rowlands, Edmund John Simons and Hope Sandoval....
I know just what your mama said
Always misunderstood
Gotta tell you something
I saw it in your eyes
I think I left your back seat
And now It's always good
I fell asleep from day
And all the promises

There's a lot of people
That let their will to say
I've got a lot of friends

And they've got beautiful eyes
That make my heart feel surprised
And you notice it
And that's the truth
That's the truth

Have me to you
I shine along underneath your view
I'll be the one
To let you know when you've come undone

I like the stars in the sky
And watch the moonlight go by
I've got a lot of friends
And they've got beautiful eyes,
That make my heart feel surprised.
And that's the truth,
That's the truth
That's the truth
That's the truth

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"Asleep from Day" as written by Hope Sandoval Edmund John Simons

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    General Commentthis song is kind of complicated. in my opinion, i think it might mean being tired or stressed of something, and wanting something more simple. and also being thankful for the people around them.
    NxDxFanaticon August 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentHope Sandoval! YES!
    MardyAsson August 08, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"well set you" should be "well thats the truth"
    i think? beautiful song :)
    huntingbears86on April 08, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationIt could be about Darren Shan when he gets used to sleeping during the day after her becomes part vampire then goes through his purges when he sees why vampires avoid sunlight. Since this song was used in the movie "The Vampire's Assistant", this is a possibility, especially if it is used in any future vampire movie.
    seeingon April 01, 2015   Link

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