"Emily's Pine" as written by and Adam Patrick/chester Devlin....
That's where we used to go
Come rain or shine or even snow
Even in snow
She shared her secrets there
She shed her clothes and skin and hair
Her beautiful hair
That's when I made her mine
I carved our names in Emily's pine
Emily's spine

That's where we'd spend our days
And that's where my lovely lady plays
Come share the shade with me
Come find some peace beneath the tree
Our evergreen tree
And that's when I made her mine
I carved our names in Emily's pine
Emily's spine

Somewhere a radio played
A quiet mournful serenade
She didn't make a sound
And so I lay my true love down
There on the ground
But when our song was done
My only precious thing was gone
Baby be gone

Goodbye baby, I'm never coming back
Burnt all the evidence and covered up my tracks
Goodbye baby, I'm never coming back
Burnt all the evidence and covered up my tracks


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"Emily's Pine [*]" as written by Edward Daniel Chester Adam Patrick Devlin

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    My InterpretationVery clever song. At first listen it appears to be a melodic love song. It actually is a love song but i think the character in the song has killed his Emily. It's all in the lyrics.
    JLoDaMofoon October 06, 2015   Link

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