I’ll find you
In the light of the half moon,
In the sunlight that leaves us soon,
Any time you are near.
And I’ll keep you,
From the grip of the winter cold,
From the stories that age us all,
And any cries that you hear.

And when you run,
I’ll run,
Into the depths of the deep black wild.
When you run,
I’ll run,
To the ends of the earth for you, child.

And you stumble,
In daydreams, through backyards,
Never fearful to drop your guard,
To careless to know.
But still I long to
See what my stubborn eyes won’t,
And catch what your childish heart throws,
And escape from these bones.

And when you run,
I’ll run,
Into the depths of the deep black wild.
When you run,
I’ll run,
To the ends of the earth for you, child.
And when you run,
I’ll run,
Into the depths of the deep black wild.
When you run,
I’ll run,
To the ends of the earth for you, child.


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