"For the Miner (Samantha Crain cover)" as written by and I. Fowles Efrem Schultz....
I found a window, faces the sun
And the golden ocean,
Wish I could give you sun
Did you get used to it
Or are you still up with the demons all night
Did you get used to it
Or do you still feel like the world is unkind
Holding back, slipping down
Don’t go now

You found the farm house
Place to waste
And the strings I surround it
In the fields of . . .
Did you get used to it
Or are you still up with the demons all night
Did you get used to it
Or do you still feel like the world is unkind
Holding back, slipping down
Don’t go now

Tell me now is it still raining?
Is it overcased in grey
Even with a bit of searching
All the thread’s about to frail
Did you get used to it
Or are you still up with the demons all night
Did you get used to it
Or do you still feel like the world is unkind
Holding back, slipping down
Don’t go now


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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