"Morning Star" as written by and Tony Scalzo....
As I wake I see a morning star
Through the window dimly shines
Its final statement at the closing of the day
I've got a few more minutes of night time before I rise

As the dawn is breaking through the darkness
The morning star will fade but never die
Morning star, I can't see your face no more, and that's good
Get out now, out on the streets of your nowhere neighborhood

As I laid down last night I felt no pain
The day went on without a sound
Another night to put all the business away
I had a few more hours of night time before I'd rise
All the stars were out last night in the sky
I slept right through as they all went by

Soon the dawn was breaking up the darkness
The morning star will fade but never die
Morning star, I can't see your face no more, and that's good
Get out now, out on the streets of your nowhere neighborhood

You come along with a color that I can't match
Gold chain and a crystal ball attached
You're coming from the wrong direction

And as I sleep tonight I'll dream of you
Sleeping somewhere far away
You come into my head so pretty and so true
I get a few more hours to dream of you till I rise
As the fireworks shoot off in the sky
I sleep right through as it all goes by

Soon the darkness would suck up into the dawn
The morning star will fade but never die
Morning star, I can't see your face no more, and that's good
Get out now, out on the streets of your nowhere neighborhood

You come along with a code that I can't crack
Gold chain and a crystal ball attached
You were coming from the wrong direction

You were coming from the wrong direction
You were coming from the wrong direction


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"Morning Star" as written by Anthony Scalzo

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