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It was six o'clock when I found out you died
What was I supposed to say?
I got off the phone, went upstairs and I cried
Forty years had gone away

Now we're gathered round the photos of children smiling and laughing
Times better than these
And we are caught without intention
No one's here to show us how it's supposed to be

I got off a quarter after nine and headed over straight away
On a crowded subway thought I overheard, "did you read the stats today?"

Now we're gathered round the photos of children smiling and laughing
Times better than these
And we are caught without intention
No one's here to show us how it's supposed to be

And we could not prepare for darkness to fall upon our doorsteps
And we could not prepare for darkness to fall upon our doorsteps
And we could not prepare for darkness to fall upon our doorsteps

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from The Sun and the Wind, released April 6, 2006
written by Kat Burns (socan/bmi)

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