Lyrics to Memory (Daylight)
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Daylight, see the dew on the sunflower And a rose that is fading. Roses wither away. Like the sunflower I yearn to turn my face to the dawn. I am waiting for the day. Now Old Deuteronomy, just before dawn Through a silence you feel you could cut with a knife, Announces the cat who can now be reborn And come back to a different Jellicle Life. Memory, turn your face to the moonlight. Let your memory lead you. Open up, enter in And if you find there the meaning of what happiness is, Then a new life will begin. Memory, all alone in the moonlight. I can smile at the old days. I was beautiful then. I remember the time I knew what happiness was. Let the memory live again. Burnt out ends of smokey days. The stale cold smell of morning. The streetlamp dies, another night is over and Another day is dawning. Daylight, I must wait for the sunrise. I must think of a new life And I mustn't give in. When the dawn comes, Tonight will be a memory too And a new day will begin. Sunlight, through the trees in the summer. Endless masquerading Like a flower as the dawn is breaking. The memory is fading. Touch me, it's so easy to leave me. All alone with the memory of my days in the sun. If you touch me, you'll understand what happiness is. Look, a new day has begun.




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