"A Smile that explodes" as written by and Joseph Lyburn Arthur....
Too young to fall
For a light I think I see
Can't say for sure
The plants have died,
My hair has grown
From the thought of you
Coming home

'Cause it ain't easier
Waking up at dawn
To find I lost my crown
If I found you there
With flowers in your hair

I'd hold you in my arms
Till we came back down
A smile that explodes
I could never understand

My room, too small
To get by without the help out alcohol
Pin my arm to the wall
Now I'm too gone to fight
Not afraid to fall

'Cause it ain't easier
Waking up at dawn
To find I lost my crown
If I found you there
With flowers in your hair

I' d hold you in my arms
Until we came back down
A smile that explodes
I could never understand

I write one more
Letter I won't send
Except for across the floor


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"A Smile That Explodes" as written by Joseph Lyburn Arthur

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    General Commentand i think instead of

    My (room?), too small
    To get by without the help out alcohol

    it's:

    My world, too small
    To get by without the help of alcohol
    jazzy88on April 11, 2005   Link

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