SLEEPOVER
In your dark room, we’ll be waiting for the winter to stop
In your dark room, we’ll be waiting for the birds to come back
Our sorrow will be sitting in front of us hugging her knees
Our silence will be hitting the windows trying to escape
But it’s too late

Let’s invite our love for a sleepover
In our warm blood
She is right there
Sitting in the corner
Looking so sad
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
Don’t look so strict
It won’t bring you far from your fear
Don’t look so bold
They wanna trust in you as much as you do

You’ll realise
On a Wednesday night

Don’t look so strict
Your mirror laughs at these little tricks
Don’t stay away
Early or late
Early or late

You’ll realise
On a Wednesday night
ISOLATION
Is it just gonna go to waste
All the little lines on our faces
Drawn by the nights
With wide open eyes

Our tired words
Crashing the walls
Falling into silence
It took me by surprise

What you gonna do now
Looking for the way out

The mind is wandering
At the speed of light
Into the night
On a highway drive
Light curves are drawn
by cars in the night
Spelling out our names
Slowly fading away

What you gonna do now
Looking for the way out
IMPERSONATION
Almost by mistake
Has written to her about
His greatest regret
For some reason
For some reason

It felt like
Impersonation
His long coat kissing the ground
For some reason
For some reason

It’s all said and forgiven
To someone and for something
In a manner of speaking
All day
Almost in despair
Seeing it before her eyes
In a manner of speaking

Apologies for familiarity
So to speak
There may have been others
WHERE IS YOUR HOME?
They were talking to you
Telling you stories
About their skin getting old
And water dropping down their veins

They overheard each other crying
But were too numb to say good bye
Or turn around

Covered with snow
Looking for the way home

Where is your home?

All surrounded by ghosts
Tired and quiet
Lying down on the ground
Catching his sad eyes

They realized it’s not worth trying
And gave it up before the night
Would step inside