Blue light setting lotus-style in your A-frame in the countryside
Stillness slides the door and walks inside
Candle on the windowsill burnt wickless through our low-lit meal
Heaven only knows what you hide
In your blue eyes, in your sly smile

Tangerine on both your hands smells strong as the tobacco-can
Roll me up a smoke if you don’t mind
Touch me like that afternoon when your friends would all be over soon
And you said, “What the hell, we’ll make the time”
With your blue eyes, in your slight smile


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    General CommentGreat lyrics, but I can't find the song anywhere, I;m sure with lyrics like these no matter the rhythm, It's a great song....warm country feeling, makes me feel nostalgic of the old days of my country, the land of my grandparents, never the same
    manuelturcioson September 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI finally found the fucking song.........Pm me If you want it........I gotta whole bunch of Sam Beam's unreleased Demos...shit I went through hell to get them......great song by the way
    manuelturcioson January 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commentterrified, petrified, mortified... stupefied by this song..haunting lyrics, soothing rhythm and taunting imagery of the spectacle that is warm and tender love...
    manuelturcioson February 09, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti couldnt figure out how to PM you so i emailed you. i hope thats ok. If you could get me a copy that would be wonderful. thanks
    8rmartinon March 19, 2008   Link
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    General Comment"Touch me like that afternoon when your friends would all be over soon
    And you said, �What the hell, we�ll make the time�
    With your blue eyes, in your slight smile"

    agreed, the imagery is haunting and beautiful.
    the song is pretty straight forward. i lovelovelove this.
    liesarelieson September 18, 2009   Link

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