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Lyrics to The Push Stars Songs

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Released on
Tuesday, February 06, 2001
12. Miracle
Written by Chris Trapper
    Transcribed by Gerrit (http://thepushstars.com)
    As performed by The Push Stars on Opening Time


You never see what you meant to see
It's not supposed to be that way
You never ever ever take the time of day

See there's miracles within your grasp
But that dove will fly away the moment gone
The truth impossible to find

It happens to me all the time
Like the stars on the sea
And the storms in the sky

A bridge was built in a silent room
By candle light on a stormy night
Your shadow moved like music on the wall

Like a miracle that tapped your back
Your turned around and heard the sound
But the ghost was gone and you didn't even try

It happens to me all the time
Like the stars on the sea
And the storms in the sky

Keep what you want in your soul
Keep what you hold in your soul
'Till it's gone
Keep what you hold

You never say what you meant to say
It's not supposed to be that way
You never never ever ever take the time of day

So I love you so
The only love I know
I was cynical towards miracles
'Till I realized you could lift me with your eyes

It happens to me all the time
Like the stars on the sea
And the storms in the sky

It happens to me all the time
Like the stars on the sea
And the storms in the sky

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