Piano Song (Matthews Scott)

"I'll take this room". She's looking to start anew and dispose of her traits, Washing her hands of tomorrow 'cause she knows it'll be the same. I'll meet a new face, One that can show me a trace of a change in me And smother the shadow that I form In a blanket of harmony. I'm a stranger here, Oh dear, What now? She never wanted to be A leaf on the family tree, Walking a road that will lead To a place she has already seen. So bare, so bold, She feels the rush of the night With no baggage to tow And no sign of a trail behind. As the roots of your tree Are relying as ever to feed off what you seek. How long until the roots break? The roots break How long before the shame? Before the shame How long until she surrenders to the boy with no name? I'm a stranger here, Oh dear, What now? She never wanted to be A leaf on the family tree, Taking a road that will lead To a life she had already seen. With the curtains drawn, She feels the kick of the night. With no rogue to hold, Your unborn's kicking the life Out of you, as you scream, Fearing what the night delivers when you sleep. It has caught you in your dreams, Well it's caught you in your dreams, Well it's caught you in your dreams, Well it's caught you in your dreams, Well it's caught you in your dreams.