I saw a light last night in the cathedral
Thought it may be shining from your star
And I would travel all across this grave land
Though I know it's shining from afar

Don't know why they won't leave you alone
Lay down in the graveyard and rest your bones

There's a ceremony in the morning
They're gonna bury Virginia Williams in the churchyard
She was only 35, nobody's sure why she died
Nobody wants to be alone

I saw a light last night in the cathedral
Thought it might be shining from your star
And I would travel all across this grave land
Even though I know it's too far

I wish I could see your face again
I run my hands all over this cold stone
And I can see where they gouged your name in giant letters
It's gonna wear away soon, everything does in time
I saw a light last night in the cathedral
You know, I knew it'd be coming from your star


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