The Hails

Levy, Escobar, McCue, Solari, Kingsley

Sugar

Jackie knew her mother, but not her father. He left for good.

After all our business, she made me breakfast and left for good.

She sparkled like a diamond. The corner of her eyes all shine. Take me where your lights will lie. I told her ‘bout the sugar, the kind that left your mouth so dry. I don’t want to see you cross that line.

Jackie knew her way out into the light. It wasn’t right.

She could be so wild now, but I don’t want to wait around. Well, I could never lie.

She sparkled like a diamond. The corner of her eyes all shine. Take me where your lights will lie. I told her ‘bout the sugar, the kind that left your mouth so dry. I don’t want to see you cross that line.

I don’t want your veil now. I’ll go where I, I don’t know…

Taken off her Greyhound, you know she’ll fight away, fight away, right away.

She sparkled like a diamond. The corner of her eyes all shine. Take me where your lights will lie. You know I told her ‘bout the sugar, the kind that left your mouth so dry. I don’t want to see you cross that line

Manic in the morning light, she left me with a broken mind. I don’t want to see your eyes tonight.

I ripped you down the borderline with subjugated lullabies. Take me where the sun will shine tonight.

After all, we said goodbye. I wrote the book for alibis. Kill the switch, it’s time to cut the light.

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