"Mary Star of the Sea" as written by William Patrick Corgan, Paz Lenchantin, David C. Pajo, Mathew Sweeney and James Joseph Chamberlin....
rooms full of salt
fault my pluck
and a poets charm so far, ever far
little stars that burn the holes in my soul

and everything just feels like rain
the road we're on, the things we crave
and everything just feels like rain
the nights i sleep, what's left to dream
when everything feels like rain

drift as i dive
find the deep
out of reach of all light
stars, ever far
listless tides along the changing shore

and everything just feels like rain
the road we're on, the things we crave
and everything just feels like rain
if i should sleep, what's left to dream
when everything feels like rain


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    General CommentWell...The first part is an old Christian hymn. Jesus I My Cross Have Taken...
    matthew109on October 30, 2017   Link

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