Midnight Caller

from Four Hours Light by Starmarket



ambulance cracking the night. i open up my window. the city streets solemn in the dark. and i can hear the sirens. somebody met the last big sleep. another family tragedy. a tiny note that no one saw in the paper. i went up north. remember it well. could not believe the things they said. i understood when i got there. then it got to me. i can still see the tracks in the snow. you're forever attached to this mold. nothing much changes under the sun. everywhere i can still see your face. your name's written all over this place. nothing much changes under the sun. snow falls hard all over the bay. i see no trace of summer. but was it you that night by the pier. i thought i saw a shadow. where have you gone. where have you gone now. to haunt the empty boulevards. to watch the trains arrive and leave the station. cause there were things we all like to say. we thought there'd be another day. a twisted fate came in you way and it got you. there's a place that i know in the east that still keeps me from grinding my teeth. nothing much changes under the sun


from Four Hours Light, released April 11, 2000


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