We move in circles and those circles have eyes,
that watch when we're waltzing and blink when we try
to sneak off in silence to an old willow tree,
& I'll show you my darkness and you'll take it from me.
And the birds overhead can never betray
the secret we shared in the leaves.
Your body rests right next to mine
and the sunset is buried at sea.
All loves will bleed, but you mend the worst parts of me.
There in the shade where it's easy to hide,
we'll shed all our clothes and we'll shed all our lies.
You'll open the places where men left their mark,
we'll both learn what grace is and I'll kiss your scars.
And the birds overhead can never betray
the secret we shared in the leaves.
Your body rests right next to mine
and the sunset is buried at sea.
Your love won't leave, I'll stand wherever you need.
This dawn is the moment when I realize
the morning is blue and the blues is your smile.
A soft look from you is a warm summer's breeze,
so I wrote your name on that old willow tree.
And the birds overhead can never betray
the secret we shared in the leaves.
Your body rests right next to mine
and the sunset is buried at sea.
Our love, our seed. We are the best part of me.




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We Move in Circles song meanings
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