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Judul Lagu : DD Canfield - Like Slow Disappearing (Feat. Luca Falcone - Turnover Cover)
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Durasi : 03:41
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Song: Like Slow Disappearing
Artist: Turnover
Album: Peripheral Vision (2015)
Run For Cover Records
Written by: Dempsey Daniel Joseph / Getz Austin Emanuel / Getz Casey / Soucy Eric Joseph / Yip William

Covered by D.D Canfield
Vocals: Luca Falcone
Guitar: Devin Canfield

Mixed and Mastered by Devin Canfield on Logic Pro X

We do not own any rights to this song

LYRICS:
Three sixteen's of an inch,
Disappear right behind your lips, we were
Waiting and watching the light in the sky,
And it hurt my eyes.
I guess that it must have been then,
We slipped out of our cagey heads and got
Tangled and lost and dove further out into it all again.
And I was afraid, but you were glowing like,
A most relieving light.
You were my revealing light.
I close my eyes and suddenly we were attached.
You stayed with me after the moment passed,
I felt you buried deep under my chest,
Like my lungs when I'm breathing in,
And I was not myself when I opened up my eyes again.
Over our heads in a daze,
We sat and watched while the setting changed into,
Something I read in a book that I loved when I was young
I fixed my stare to the screen,
A show with a monster was on the TV,
It was early October, and all of the yards were alive,
With lights.
And I was afraid, but you were glowing like,
A most relieving light.
You were my revealing light.
I close my eyes and suddenly we were attached.
You stayed with me after the moment passed,
I felt you buried deep under my chest,
Like my lungs when I'm breathing in,
And I was not myself when I opened up my eyes again.