"Mellow Tone" as written by and Barry Thomas Privett Terrell H. Clark....
You're on my fingers
You're on my paper
We're close but far
Here we are there you are
You're on my weak heart
My heart is tissue
My heart's a scar
Here we are there you are
You're mellow tone
The stepping stone
To whittle away to get me home
I travel far to bed the floor.
I've come a long way,
I've come to miss
Your Mellow Tone
Mellow Tone
Mellow Tone
Mellow Tone
Where now to begin?
This deadend cove, oh
To feel your warm skin
Beneath your clothes,
Beneath your clothes
Dilate me in your pool,
Erase my memory start anew
Hide where no one knows
Beneath your clothes
Beneath your clothes
The zenith hum,
The perfect strum
I have become completely numb
Tone of your heartbeat,
Tone of your breathing,
Tone of your fingertips
I'm receiving mellow tone
You're mellow tone.
The stepping stone
To whittle away to get me home
I travel far to bed the floor
I've come a long way,
I've come to miss
Your Mellow Tone
The zenith hum,
The perfect strum
I have become completely numb
Tone of your heartbeat,
Tone of your breathing,
Tone of your fingertips
I'm receiving mellow tone.


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"Mellow Tone" as written by Carter Gravatt Barry Thomas Privett

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    General CommentCarbon leaf is a great band..the pictures they paint and the emotions they convey by way of their songs are very beautiful..this song to me sounds edgar allan poe picking up a guitar and playing his heart on its strings.

    the song itself, to me,is a narrative of someone, a friend or a lover perhaps becoming more aloof and that we also stop being affected by their actions..but in the end we miss that person..
    thecolorsblueon November 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthecolorsblue, that: "this song to me sounds edgar allan poe picking up a guitar and playing his heart on its strings" was beautiful lol i agree!
    lyrical_butterflyon May 13, 2009   Link

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