In my little thatched hut
The blue-green grass grows by the brook
I lounge and I look
(I lounge and I look, I lounge and I look)
For my own true love to return
To come rowing in his rowboat back

I'll go to the flower stall
And get a violet to put in my jet-black hair
And make him tell me which one is the more fair
And in the meantime, I cry

And in the meantime, I cry
But what does it matter?
Because when I see him again
It'll be tears of joy

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    General Commentit's amazing how someone can destroy your heart by leaving, yet magically restore it to its full glory merely by saying hello after a long absence.

    Edited by delial on May 28 2008, at 06:46AM

    delialon May 20, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti'm pretty sure it's supposed to be "when i see him" rather than "when i seem him"

    anyway, save for that fact, this song is very addictive.
    a slightly different feel than EP and blueberry boat, but it's a great opening track.
    peonyandoceanon June 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is pretty great. The different musical parts of the song are a trip when you're stoned.

    and the bassy synth part at the end is almost scary.
    Fatallyourson December 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHe voice traveling between speakers freaks me out to the max.
    Vocalitieson February 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThe end makes my stomach bounce around. I dig it.
    DeadHazzyon December 06, 2007   Link
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    General Commenthonestly one of the best songs of all time. feels like a lots of cosmic slop chopping through a ceiling fan.
    Dr.Chickenfaceon June 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThey are simply genius.
    HWOntoFireon August 18, 2008   Link

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