THE BOOK REPORT DYLAN OWEN

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The Book Report Lyrics: You are my favorite miracle / I have seen you in a field of marigolds / But I'm glad I don't have to give my prayers to you. Lyrics to 'The Book Report' by DYLAN OWEN: You are my favorite miracle / I have seen you in a field of marigolds / But I'm glad I don't have to give my prayers . The Book Report Songtext von Dylan Owen mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf raudone.info


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Lyrics for The Book Report by Dylan Owen. You are my favorite miracle I have seen you in a field of marigolds But I'm glad I don't h. The Book Report official lyrics by Dylan Owen: You are my favorite miracle I have seen you in a field of marigolds But I'm. Find Dylan Owen – The Book Report lyrics and search for Dylan Owen. Listen online and get new recommendations, only at raudone.info

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Synced by Walter Gundy. Correct lyrics. What if the butterflies inside our stomachs are still hatching?

Or imagine that we search the dirt pile and find the hatchets that we buried? In light of all this faith that I still can't believe You left it on the trampoline when you were barely teen.

I mean we traveled to September, the summer-killing month And missed the cigarette kisses and the poems that I wrote that sucked. But on that white hospital bed you watched your brother cry. Now I swear I'll shave my head, grow out my hair some other time.

Cause I've been fighting things myself, I can be his savior I cleaned my room and emptied out those medicine containers. So that I can take this pencil, the one meant for the book report, Use up all its graphite on emotions I've been looking for Lose myself inside a childhood of looking forward Well, whatever, life just took its course.

I hope you're looking for The suicide kids We only think about ourselves And keep secrets, like?

Refrain x 2 You are my favorite miracle I have seen you in a field of marigolds But I'm glad I don't have to give my prayers to you? Cause I know we'll make it through whatever happens And on that white hospital bed, we'll watch each other lie And swear that it's forever on the tattoos that we cover.

I don't believe in miracles but I have at other times And I believe that I can carry all your troubles. I swear On that white hospital bed, we'll watch each other lie And swear that it's forever on the scars that we cover.

I swear That I'mma take this pencil, the one meant for the book report Use up all its graphite on emotions I've been looking for Lose myself inside a childhood of looking forward Well, whatever, life just took its course.I won't tell. Synced by Walter Gundy.

I would simply form a smile thinking back on all my friends And read The Book Report I wrote so many years ago again. Early in high school, Dylan began composing his own solo work and recording with jazz producer Devin Arne, writing with an acoustic-rap duo "Pros and Converse," and building his identity within the local indie-music scene.

Dylan's subject matter ranges widely, from examining his small-town complex to the joys and troubles of being young to the purpose of concepts such as age and time.

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