Meteor Shower

You took me up to the top of the hill,
the city all spread out below,
to see a meteor shower, you said,
but meteors come and they go.
The stars all lined up for you and me there
and everything fell into place.
The only light I needed that night
was in your eyes, not in space.

The only light I needed that night,
the only light I needed that night,
the only light I needed that night
was in your eyes, not in space.

And then we went to a bar that you liked
and we sat in the garden out back.
We found a table under the trees
and drank one last beer in the dark.
A man asked to join us, I think 'cause he saw
that we were both open to life.
There was no meteor shower for us;
we gave off our own burning light.

There was no meteor shower for us,
there was no meteor shower for us,
there was no meteor shower for us;
we gave off our own burning light.

There was no meteor shower for us;
we gave off our own burning light.

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