Fault of the Sun

from by Those Darn Gnomes

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lyrics

Witness the cold scale lament
And eyes doing battle with anything that’s left
No stranger to the finer things
Or Earth’s sweet novelty
But I’ll find a way to let you know who’s coming for me

Answered, crying, mumbled, grinning
I'm sorry, no more

On either side of the door
Since you've been alone
The morning's twin
Nothing to live with me
Longing for the return, sighing, waiting
Monday morning like no other

I'm still asleep standing up,
But you've been gone since then

If I could only find the place where I can remember
She's not telling you no anymore
It's hardly a surprise
But I insist
However long it takes

No more, on the other side of the door
Since you've been alone
This morning's twin
Nothing to live with me
Longing for the return, sighing, waiting
Gasping for air,
Begging for more

Upon hearing the will
It looks just like you
And no matter how tall I build it up
It just gets closer and closer
Staring

I'm cold now, numb to the advances
Since all you wanted was to watch
Take it and walk away

Tell us all about it.
Was he gentle? Did you cry?
Close the door and maybe you'll feel better
What is not yet another, instead her own...
I should know better by now
Sorry
Maybe it meant something else
At least I thought

Her eyes fell into view from behind the mirror
She'd been peering through
Witness the cold scale lament

The pain only deepens
(To let you know who’s coming for me)

She’s not telling me anything anymore
It’s hardly a surprise
But I insist
How long does it take?

No more on the other side of the door
The morning’s twin
Nothing to live with me
Longing for the return, singing and waiting
Gasping for air

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from The Years, released May 12, 2015

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