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Well I argued all night, like so many have before
Saying, whatever you give me, I seem to need so much more
And she pointed at me, where I leaned on her door
She said 'don't try to use me, or slyly refuse me
Just win me or lose me, it is this that the darkness is for'
I cried, "oh, lady midnight, I fear that you grow old,
The stars eat your body and the wind makes you cold."
"if we cry now," she said, "it will just be ignored."
So I walked through the morning, sweet early morning,
I could hear my lady calling,
"you've won me, you've won me, my lord,
You've won me, you've won me, my lord,
Yes, you've won me, you've won me, my lord,
Ah, you've won me, you've won me, my lord,
Ah, you've won me, you've won me, my lord."