"Sadness Grows" as written by and John Fraser/kelly Mann....
Hello love it's London calling
Wave the white hanky, a breath for the belly
Keep on hoping for blood in the morning
Nothing's right, everything's hurting
Everything's hurting

Goodbye love my lids are falling
Sleep with thoughts upon your middle
Made and done with, buried or cradled
Two on the breast or you on the table
You on the table
You on the table

Sadness grows, sadness stains,
Tears flow again and again
Sadness grows, sadness stains,
Tears flow, again and again

Catch me love, the world is falling
We'll ignore the rabble calling
Don't let them try and hurt you
Twist our pain into an issue
Into an issue

Sadness grows, sadness stains,
Tears flow again and again
Sadness grows, sadness stains,
Tears flow, again and again and again

When everything's hurting
Hello love it's me
Some things aren't worth worrying
Hello love it's me, some things are worth burying, hey yeah


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"Sadness Grows" as written by Hugh Richard Campbell Mcmillan Geoffrey Kelly

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    General CommentAbout a possible unplanned pregnancy. Breath for the belly- blood in the morning( period) Do they keep it ( two on the breast) ? or abort it? (or you on the table) Whatever they do - they want to not have to deal with the outside world in their choice. - Twist their personal pain into an issue.
    10000stoneson July 07, 2006   Link
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    My InterpretationI agree with 10000stones. The "buried or cradled" part also seems to refer to the "keep it or abort it" dilemma.
    mbdownunderon June 30, 2010   Link

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