'Til Dawn by Costly Climbing published on 2012-08-18T20:14:07Z 'Til Dawn by Costly Climbing. A mildly melancholy meandering of music by Matt. Lyrics: Here and now, flowing out Pinned upon the midnight ground Close to me nuzzles she As I shroud between my knees Grass-stains on a brand new suit Alluding to a state of peace Where's the sun? We don't need one There's another by the trees Dizziness, a frizzy mess Or is she just a bit depressed? He and he and he and she And she all talk a little less Now it's done, the fairy's come Mary Jane has made us dumb And now we walk like snakes Upon the space that makes us feel so calm 'Til Dawn Hand will slither into hand She finds the man she senses in my arms Oblivious for all the hour 'Til we gather one and all Circle-fied like pizza pie Under a less than perfect sky Yet this is now and we somehow Are us despite our raging different tides That's nice Morning beats, empty streets A little sip of something sweet Coffee-stains and worn out brains That slowly crawl back into sleep Genre Sweet Pickin'