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too dream

Written By: jp Rodriguez

Too dream

(Verse 1)
The mountain peaks quietly provoke the sky
And streams of their tears flow as they cry
They can't help but recall better days gone by
Majestic hills as they lay, never tell lies

(Verse 2)
Arm in arm the grateful trees, accept gifts of sunrays
The birds is branches, through song their rent is paid
The lazy and worn rocks of ages peacefully laze
And ask nothing but to be left to their simple ways

(Pre-chorus)
The concrete ideal weighs heavy on my soul
Exhaust fumes exhaust me as they swallow me whole
Brave bars on the window keep as prisoners my dreams
No escape for them, in monotonous routine

(Chorus)
Oh you seem not to want it
So I'll gladly take it
Or keep it for yourself
Just please, just please,
Don't destroy it

(Verse 3)

Once the planet is paved is that when you'll be happy
The air laced with toxins that kill us quietly
The only green left is that prayed to on traffic lights
To create a world like this, cannot be right
To leave behind a world like this, is not our right

(Pre-chorus)
(Chorus)

The 7th Night Without Stars

Written By: jp Rodriguez

The 7th Night Without Stars

(Verse 1)
Could I be a thousand years old
'cause that's how long ago it seems
Since I smiled at tales the wind told
And all the pure and shining scenes

(Verse 2)
I remember having no face
Peering into still streams
Time's footsteps left no trace
In a time where we still dreamed

(Chorus)
So hold me as we do our duty
In cloudy idling cars
Wrap me in forever beauty
On the 7th night without
Stars

(Verse 3)
Solace in her omniscient face
Amidst all the madness
Up until our fall from grace
Now a wish she'd never had us
A wish she'd never
Had us

(Chorus)
So hold me as we do our duty
In cloudy idling cars
Wrap me in forever beauty
On the 7th night without

So hold me as we do our duty
In cloudy idling cars
Wrap me in forever beauty
On the 7th night without
Stars
Wrap me in forever beauty
On the 7th night without
Stars