Mostly Lonely

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lyrics

When the tides are high, the wake is tall.
The crest above the water's tail.
When the sun is bright it's hard to see
just how dark it might actually be.

When it looks a gleam, a squinted bright,
a glint of something in the night.
When you say, but you really seemed alright,
proving you wrong brings a dark delight.

Mostly lonely, is it that hard to see?
Mostly lonely, is it that hard to see?

Well it might seem a seething carousel,
a spinning twist of light and bells.
It might seem a fountain pouring mean,
but truth be told, it's mostly bleak.

Mostly lonely, is it that hard to see?
Mostly lonely, is it that hard to see?

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from One​-​Way Moon, released February 17, 2015

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