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Jul 2013
I sit and I stare at the moon,
she is bathing in starlight.
I hope and I wish for you
to be with me tonight;
and every small noise seems louder
and louder inside my head.
My side, it grows colder. As cold
as your heart when you laid in my bed.
I know in my soul you are laughing
and loving with her right now.
I know it would hurt her, but you
should be with me somehow.

The dust dances 'cross the floor,
swirling and twirling when you're not here;
and my heart isn't still at all,
weeping and pounding when you aren't near.
No I can't live without you,
I fear it's my last night.
You should be loving me,
I won't give up my fight;
but you're too busy loving her,
too busy leaving me tonight.

The sun starts to rise in the East,
and I haven't slept, not one wink.
I'm hardly still breathing now.
I'm hearing your voice and I can't think;
with each passing moment, the clock's
ticking louder and louder inside my head.
My skin's getting colder, as cold as
the place where you laid in my bed.
I know in my soul you are happy and free
loving her right now.
I know it would **** her, but you should be with me somehow.

The dust dances 'cross the floor,
swirling and twirling when you're not here;
and my heart isn't still at all,
weeping and pounding when you aren't near.
No I won't live without you,
this is her last night.
'Cause should be loving me,
I won't give up my fight.
Don't worry about loving her,
you will be with me tonight.

I sit and I stare at the moon,
she is bathing in starlight.
Won't regret what I've done,
if I have your love tonight.
Written by
Delaney Ross
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