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Night, Fall On Me

from Bright As You by Jason Harrod



Night, fall on me.
I'm sitting here just stuck in misery.
Four o'clock in the morning and I'm all alone.
Night, fall on me.

Early in the morning, I'm a-warning you about my state.
I like to get in trouble and I like to stay up late.
Just me in the moonlight hunkered down and tempting fate.
Night, fall on me.

What's happening?
A long time ago I used to be the next big thing.
Four o'clock in the morning and I'm small.
Night, fall on me.

There's a stinky breeze in the Garden of Easy that blows.
I've got a feeling, sick and disease-y, from my head to my toes.
Naked as a jay bird hoping for clothes,
Night, fall on me.


from Bright As You, released February 5, 2006


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“What singer-songwriter Jason Harrod does best is turn daily moments numinous. Quite simply, Harrod’s imagination is for
this world; he finds deep secrets in ordinary places.” — Image Journal

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