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Lyrics

The grave yard has spoken,
a fog rolled on the lake,
the causeway lights are low,
I wander through the rainfall
and wonder where you are

We left the car in northbridge
neither one could drive,
walked to whitensville,
found a cemetery,
layed under the headstones

Being melodramatic,
I pretend to die a
s you climbed on my back
and covered up my eyelids,
with pennies I adored it.

Lightning cracked the skyline,
light the august night,
I carried you down the road,
my charade is over
alone out on our own

No fear of drowning we went sailing,
dropped the anchor run to shore,
in the salty air we felt apprehensive,
like a moment you can’t feel until it’s gone
Friends they die to become lovers
While lovers die to just stay friends
Lovers die to just stay friends

You offer me the whiskey
as I shake off the cold,
rain rolled in your eye,
we thought we were lonely
together all along

The graveyard is empty,
the fogs rolled off the lake,
I wander through the rainfall,
and wonder where you are

No fear of drowning we went sailing,
dropped the anchor run to shore,
in the salty air we felt apprehensive,
like a moment you can’t feel until it’s gone
Friends they die to become lovers
While lovers die to just stay friends
No fear of drowning we went sailing,
dropped the anchor run to shore,
in the salty air we felt apprehensive,
like a moment you can’t feel until it’s gone
I'm so scared the hour is fading
The streetlights of dusk will come on
Death ain't the thing I'm afraid of
It's leaving you here alone.
Death ain't the thing I'm afraid of,
It's leaving you here alone.