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​Little Dawn

This song is by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists and appears on the album Shake the Sheets (2004).

Well, little Dawn walks on and she thinks she don't belong
Under starry heights
So take a sigh as long as the war's been going on
In your heart tonight

And if you want to make that light
Go on and swim across the ocean
And if you want to make it right
Go on and put your plan in motion

The gap is only as wide as the hollow of the sky
Between you, my dear
And the truth absolute, adding naught more profound to it
Than that you are here

And if you want to keep it bright
Well, you might have to burn a candle
And if you want to keep it tight
Well, you might have to learn to handle

But on the days and nights it's hard to breathe and you can't believe you still walk the streets
Stretch out your weary hand to me, it's alright
And if you're not content to just believe and if you don't consent to just let it be
Stretch out your legs and dance with me all night

'Til the end of the night tonight

But on the days and nights it's hard to breathe and you can't believe you still walk the streets
Stretch out your weary hand to me, it's alright
And if you're not content to just believe and if you don't consent to just let it be
Stretch out your legs and dance with me all night

It's alright
It's alright
It's alright
It's alright...

Written by:

Ted Leo