Dark Enough to See the Stars

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"Dark Enough to See the Stars"
Album track by Weezer
Album SZNZ: Winter
Released December 21, 2022
Label Crush Music/Atlantic Records
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
Status Release forthcoming
Live debut September 19, 2022 in West Hollywood, CA

"Dark Enough to See the Stars" is a song from Weezer's forthcoming EP, SZNZ: Winter.

Appearances

Overview

The song title "Dark Enough to See the Stars" was discovered by fans in the database for a Weezer set list survey hosted on Cuomo's website in June of 2022.

Weezer (under the Goat Punishment moniker) performed SZNZ: Winter in its entirety (including "Dark Enough to See the Stars") at a secret show in West Hollywood on September 19, 2022, months ahead of the EP's release.

Personnel

Audio

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Lyrics

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Why was I ever born and why did God make me?
He must’ve been high when he dropped me down here
All of my neighbors have shut off their porch lights
Like smoke from their chimneys, I’ll soon disappear

It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
As the moon goes 'round the Earth
I see it all from where I perch
It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
This solitude is all I know
And as the years pass by it grows

When it’s high noon I go blind from the light beams
Refracting off snow like the swings of a sword
When the night falls, I am grateful for blackness
It blankets my sadness; it’s my lone reward

It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
As the moon goes 'round the Earth
I see it all from where I perch
It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
This solitude is all I know
And as the years pass by it grows

I don’t want to die alone
But, Lord, I’m running out of hope
I don’t want to die alone
Lord, I’m running out of hope

It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
As the moon goes 'round the Earth
I see it all from where I perch
It’s dark enough to see the stars
I wonder who and where we are
This solitude is all I know
And as the years pass by it grows

See also

References