"Breakfast" as written by and Ted Egan....
Cold September morn, I was reborn
The sundays crashed through my front door
From my soul, I'm growing old
I couldn't ask for anymore

I ask you
If I could wish upon your kisses

Cold November night, no end in sight
The letters file behind the door
Find my soul, I'm growing old
I couldn't ask for anymore

Sometimes you could be the words, she'd be the tune and

Sometimes I can't help falling down
Sometimes I can't help falling down
Sometimes I can't help falling down
Sometimes I can't help falling down

Cold September morn, I was reborn
The sundays crashed through my front door
Found my soul, I'm growing old
I couldn't ask for anymore

I ask you
If I could fly upon your silence

Sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down

If I could fly upon your silence

Sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down
And sometimes I can't help falling down


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    General CommentThis i believe is a cover of a song by a band called Eugenius, anyway its my favorite MV song. I consider it to be about growing old, wanting to be loved but not wishing to be a burden.
    always_your_wayon February 01, 2007   Link

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