There she goes in her raincoat
bringing out all the darkest of skies
And I know that I can't walk along
'cause the murder is for real in her eyes

Cellophane
is doing us part, it's a crying vain
Cause I'm dodging your dots throwing stains
The photos that you would love to keep

There's a little bit of death
In every mad goodbye, we say
But thank god there's still morning air in her wake
showing up the next day

Cellophane
I'll leave the good things and go insane
Hang to dry from a string, Who's to blame?
As I can recall, there were two of us

Ohh what a waste there goes everything
This is not how it should have been
This is not where we should have been
This is not the end

Cellophane
I'll leave the good things and go insane
Hang to dry from a string, who's to blame?
As I can recall, there were two of us



Lyrics submitted by ets, edited by BoeGrumstrup

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    General Commentbeautiful, this is not where we shoukd have been... for when you feel life has played dirty on you... when you feel out of place and out of time... cheers.
    mynameisemoon December 20, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAn absolutely superb track. Indeed one of the best Kashmir songs, and that says alot coming from me... Strangely it hasn't ever been released on a studio album, as far as i know, only on the concert dvd The Aftermath...
    etson January 06, 2006   Link

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