Staring Down The Sun (Tal Bachman)

It's hard to help but see God played a trick on me Walking up the street to the diner to eat Expecting nothing but a five dollar feast She took me by surprise That pair of bright blue eyes I caught her glance, I smiled, we said hi Both headed inside With shooting stars colliding With planets all aligning There's not much that can be done You wouldn't dare deny it And if you try to fight it It's like staring down the sun It's like staring down the sun I flexed, I smoothed my hair I watched her sitting there Asked her if she'd mind if I sat down beside She said she didn't, and we talked until nine And then we said, "good night Until tomorrow night" I laid down staring at the ceiling Life before my eyes With shooting stars colliding With planets all aligning There's not much that can be done You wouldn't dare deny it And if you try to fight it It's like staring down the sun It's like staring down the sun In this surreality (You can taste and touch and breathe) Now it's my reality And so one story ends But another one begins… I laid down staring at the ceiling Life before my eyes With shooting stars colliding With planets all aligning There's not much that can be done You wouldn't dare deny it And if you try to fight it It's like staring down the sun It's like staring down the sun It's like staring down the sun