"The Tower" as written by and Tony Pettit Carl Mccoy....
She lifts the flowers from the window box
Summer's fouled, now winter flocks
She lifts her veil to the morning rain,
Wipes her eyes to the summer again

Pearls of dew shimmer on her face
Cut inside, she would dream to taste
She knocks the flowers from the window side
They fall to the ground, they fall to the ground

Hide away from the raging sun
Hide your love from the fire beyond

Now the woman in an aging form
She's tangled in the bushes tall
Cowering down with head in hand
She cries out loud, she cries out loud
"Seems so cold, seems so cold tonight!
Seems so cold, seem so cold tonight!"

Hide away from the raging sun,
You hide your love from the fire beyond

She can't see visions of this force below
Freezes her life through (?)
She heads to the voice of this rainy day
And it cries like a choir in her mind to stay
It's "Sister hold now, hold now, hold your head
Dream a cloud put out the fire which is your bed!"
She then danced through the kitchen through the force below
And it cries "Now fun!", but oh so slow

Just living, like a dreamless child with hatred
Just living, like a dreamless child with hatred

She's never been quite as cut by life before,
Never been cut by way of life before

Hide away from the raging sun,
You hide your love from the fire beyond

She can't see visions of this force below
Freezens her life through (?)
She heads to the voice of this rainy day
It cries like a choir in her mind "Just stay!"
"Sister hold now, hold now, hold your head
Dream a cloud put out the fire which is your bed"
She then danced through the kitchen through the force below
And it cries "Now fun!", but oh so slow


Lyrics submitted by Girgo

"The Tower" as written by Carl Wisker Carl Mccoy

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics powered by LyricFind

The Tower song meanings
Add your thoughts

1 Comment

sort form View by:
  • 0
    General Commentmaybe about a nun in love...maybe just the feeling i got.

    i wish more people would comment on their song i love Fields of the Nephilim
    victolioon September 29, 2009   Link

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain