Acadian Post

Wake Up

What's wrong about asking for your name
I guess we just feel the same
While we're waiting for somebody
Who won't come around

I saw it in your sad brown eyes
I know they don't tell no lies
They see darkness in the night
And in the daytime, too

I came over and sat down
On your face a little frown
Couldn't think of nothing else
Said how do you do

You said your life's been going well
Obviously too good to tell
You've been drifting in this cloud
For so darn long

Wake up, cause a high noon sun is shining
The sun ain't gone, it is hiding
Behind the cloud
Behind the cloud

I told you once I'll tell you twice
Afterwards it's half as nice
Than you ever thought it could be
When you started it

You said I don't believe a word
Taking care not to be hurt
I told you about my future plans
And you shook your head

Wake up, cause a high noon sun it is shining
The sun ain't gone, it is hiding
It gathers all its light a-blinding
Behind the cloud
Behind the cloud

Wake up, cause a high noon sun is shining
The sun ain't gone, it is hiding
It gathers all its light a-blinding
If you seek, you will find it
Behind the cloud
Behind the cloud