Waning Song
Waning Song

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by Jeff Grimes

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Waning Song Lyrics

I see your life across the table
Written on your face
The stories you're telling me
Are already in my heart
Drugs friends broken bones
Nothing seems to last
Your laugh could make me cry
If I thought about it too much
And every night the same old moon
Marks the years that pass

The age that brought us here
Is more than memory
A woman's smile not seen again
Stays dark with mystery
Words chew and spill
A history I still see
You claim it for your own
But the same things happened to me
And above us the watching moon
Shadows our journey

So in this bond of blood and brother
Our families go unclaimed
Our friends who died I wish they hadn't
But we still list their names
Their memory warms this frozen current
Closer now than when they lived
Sometimes the moon is all I need
But right now it isn't
Tonight I wish that useless moon
Was a woman to sleep against

I know I'm drunk but so are you
You gray-haired son of a bitch
And stumbling home we stop
So we can take a piss
A thousand cloudless skies
Press us against the earth
The stars are so bright tonight
They could cut out my heart
Will I ever love again
Seems like too much work

It's dry outside hasn't rained for months
The moon frozen on its stem
A flower pressed against the sky
Like a silent hymn
The mother is defined by birth
The hero defined by death
And in the shadows of the earth
You and I are what's left
I love you moon and when I'm gone
I'll miss you most of all
I'll miss you most of all
I'll miss you most of all
I'll miss you most of all
I love you moon

Writer(s): Jeff Grimes
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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