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Rated: E · Lyrics · Young Adult · #1571606
Lyric written in 2008
Cloud Man

He said the morning will break down hard
And the sound will keep you awake
Your sleepy face has left traces of your hunting dreams
Like comfort comes in shapes of pillows
And my eyes are slowly awaken
Inside the pieces of the restless morning
Fallen too hard from above
I can not say to you that it’ll be morning
For you are still walking in the light of the night
Dreaming your innocence away
Hidden from the forbidden light that slowly fades around you,
Leaving you alone in this pleasant way of comfort

I’ll tell the cloud man
To fade away those white curtains
Dream on, dear

He said the evening would take so long,
And my eyes would only see the dreams
Once left behind in pieces of unbroken glass,
Where reflections will make their way through
Until they will release their inner souls
On your face which had only felt the warmth
I fell slower and slower over the purity
Just like silence will take only over when there’s nothing left
I came across the morning light,
To keep you sleeping on the evening light
Hiding away from this endless way of losing my thoughts
Leaving you alone in this strange way of comfort

I’ll tell the cloud man
To fade away the rays of sunshine
By fading away those white curtains
Dream on, dream on dear

The stealing light across this window,
Is showing me more inside this hidden light
Than there’ll ever be
Your dreams left behind on your face,
Deeper than deep like this awaken voice
When you said you love me,
Deeper than deep
Your night left behind, in traces of my eyes,
Not awaken

I’ll tell the cloud man
He should fade away the day
To fade away those white curtains

The cloud man told me
He faded away those white curtains

© Stella Lumina (Ellen Edens)
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