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Transient
by Makari

Patient, I lay on the pavement
And watch as the clouds sigh
Like silver lungs
Vacant, I wait in my basement
Avoiding the sunlight
'Til I feel numb

I'm fading with the daylight to skies of grey
I'm waiting on the cosmos to call my name
And someday it will
Oh, someday it will
I'm sick of writing sad songs to hide my shame
Cause I need more than drugs to escape my pain
But someday I will
Oh, someday it will

Hopeless, I long for a moment
Of peace in my own mind
It never comes
Focused on thoughts never spoken
To share at the right time
Or not at all

I'm fading with the daylight to skies of grey
I'm waiting on the cosmos to call my name
And someday it will
Oh, someday it will
I'm sick of writing sad songs to hide my shame
Cause I need more than drugs to escape my pain
But someday I will
Oh, someday I will

When there is nothing else
We must remind ourselves
That life is transient
To breathe the ambience
So when we reach the end
Do we wake up again?
And if I say my prayers
Will you be waiting there?

I'm fading with the daylight to skies of grey
I'm waiting on the cosmos to call my name
And someday it will
Oh, someday it will
I'm sick of writing sad songs to hide my shame
Cause I need more than drugs to escape my pain
But someday I will
Oh, someday I will

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