The Last Days of May

from by Casey Stratton

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The Last Days of May

Something isn’t right
There’s a haze in this light
I feel warning signs
I can sense a demise

When the thunder came
In the last days of May
I began to see
An unraveling

I know you, I know what you do to me
This sadness creeping through my veins
I know you, I live in fear of you
This sorrow, remembering those days

There’s a heavy force
A deep sense of remorse
What could I have done?
Should have circled the sun
But what’s done is done
When you lose someone
You can tell yourself lies
But you can’t change “goodbye”

I know you, I know what you do to me
This sadness creeping through my veins
I know you, I live in fear of you
This sorrow, remembering those days

We’re still on a collision course
Anger fades into grief, into MORE
Make me see what I don’t want to face
There’s no way to recapture those days
Watch the clouds as they roll in tonight
A gathering storm in the fading twilight
Nothing ahead will be easy to do
But we must do what we can to get through

I know you, I know what you do to me
This sadness dripping through my veins
I know you, I live in fear of you
This sorrow, remembering those days

I know what you do
I know what you do to me

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from The Collective Sigh, released September 1, 2016

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Casey Stratton Grand Rapids

Formerly signed to Sony Classical, Casey Stratton has experienced the corporate side of music in full force. His 2004 album "Standing at the Edge" received high critical praise from the likes of Billboard, People and USA Today. His song "House of Jupiter" reached #1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Chart. Now independent, Casey has released 28 albums and much, much more. ... more

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