Every Time I Say Goodbye by Christopher Williams

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Every Time I Say Goodbye
by Christopher Williams

Album: The Silence In Between

It's twelve am and the church bell reminds me that I walk these streets alone
It's not each ring that hurts but the silence in between every solitary tone
And the cracks in the sidewalk, the way the lights in each window talk, each telling me why I miss your smile
The center of town is a few side streets that meet with nothing much in between
One traffic light that in the dead of the night I can hear turn from red to green
It's a moment like this, where this silence feeds the lonliness
And everything I see makes me think of you

If I said I love you would it be too soon
Cause timing is everything in this old familiar tune
I would spend my life underneath a wandering moon
If every time I said goodbye, I could come back home to you
This little town fights the end of the day by throwing light into the sky

From second street I watch the steeple light give up, turn off, and say goodnight
It is speaking to me and to the stars that I now can see
Telling us that it's our time to shine


Sorry to call so late, I know you were sleeping but this could not wait
Tonight the silence gave me no choice, I had to break it, I had to hear your voice


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