September


September



from Chris Merritt:

Pixie And The Bear (2008)

disc two

I dried up all my sin away
It took me all night
I dried up all my skin away
It fit me too tight
September come back where you were when I knew you
September come back where you were when I loved you
Your calm and quiet eyes are dancing in the moonlight
Your calm and quiet eyes are dancing in the moonlight

I dried up all my sin away
It took me all night

Oh, Come on, I don’t want to
Want to be the one that’s got to tell you this
But I think it’s time for you to go backwards

I dried up all my skin away
It fit me too tight

September come back where you were when I knew you
September come back where you were when I loved you
September come back where you were when I knew you
September come back where you were when I loved you
Your calm and quiet eyes are dancing in the moonlight
Your calm and quiet eyes are dancing in the moonlight

I’d give it all away
I’d give it all away to be someone you can lean on

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