On bended knee I’ve looked through every window then. Touched the bottom, the night a sleepless day instead; a day when love came, came easy like what’s lost now found. Beneath a blinding light that would surround. We were without, in doubt, we were about saving for a rainy day. I crashed through floors of laughter, then. In a blind science, no ties would moor us to this room. A day when love came, came easy like what’s lost now found. And you would save me, and I held you like you were my child. If I were you, defiant you, alone upon a troubled way.
I would send my heart to you to save it for a rainy day.