"Horse Tears" as written by and Alison Elizabeth/gregory Goldfrapp....
Night has fallen
Mute and cold
My horse is crying

But you know there is time
But you know there is time
But you'll never learn
Keep you safe

Dare to come
But you love me still
But you'll never learn
Tears to come

La la la la la la
La la la la la la

You have dammed me
But you're the one
That you're forever
And they stare

But you know
That there's strength
And you love a knight
Who stewed out those tears

Years to come
But you love the tears
And you love the tears

La la la la la la
La la la la la la
La la la la la la
La la la la la la
La la la la la la

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"Horse Tears" as written by Will Gregory Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp

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    General Commentdamn. surprised by the lack of comments on this brilliantly somber gem.
    scarliton August 11, 2010   Link
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    General Commentnight has fallen
    mute and cold
    my horse is crying
    (dark, cold, silent, lonely night, her horse cries because he's lost his "knight", her love)

    but you know there is time
    but you know there is time
    but you'll never learn
    keep you safe
    (possible abbusive relationship? or she hangs on to the idea he'll change)

    dare to come
    but you love me still
    but you'll never learn
    tears to come
    (adds to the waiting for her love to change part, trying to convince herself, not able to let go)

    you have damned me
    but you're the one
    that you're forever
    and they stare
    (she knows he's hurt her, but inspite of all the pain, she still loves him forever, "they" stare cause shes a fool for loving him)

    but you know
    that there's strength
    and you love a knight
    who stewed out those tears
    (remains hopeful for the love that has made her cry, hurt her, and the "knight" is revealed)

    years to come
    but you love the tears
    and you love the tears
    stoggieLoveon July 24, 2011   Link

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