"Absinthe" as written by and Elizabeth Caroline Orton....
My love's a star you only saw the traces of
What went before is not no more
It's the embers of
People always catching names too late
And we're all sorry there's no time to make the change

I could hear rebellion rising
I could feel the stars aligning
I could see the way uprising
But I never did seem to find my way back home

My love's a ball I threw to you
Once I was gone you caught it too
Love ignored erodes in time
Changes shape went and changed your mind
All I really needed was someone to take me home
Enough absence can crush a spirit to the bone

And I could feel rebellion rising
I could hear the stars aligning
I could see the way uprising
But I never did seem to find my way back home
No I never did seem to find my way back home


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"Absinthe" as written by Elizabeth Caroline Orton

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