Careful, barefoot on the floor
I threw the phone at the door
I missed the door and hit the mirror
She hung it up when she lived here

And pieces of blue glass fall,
The love of a fool is strong
To patiently wait so long,
To build a bomb that don't go off.
Listening to all her songs
Getting drunk and leaving messages for moromou

One more time today
I have to feel this way
But how much sleep could she get
When she has to wake up in her own head?
Learning that joy's like rain,
Love is a long parade,
Sorrow is like the sun
When you're trying to sleep, sleep again
I know you're happier than me
To be alone at your window
Oh moromou
Like we used to do

I took a trip into your past
To kill the one that made you sad
But you harbored fugitives
Yeah, they live inside of you
Must have loved them
I must have to

When pieces of blue glass fall,
The love of a fool is strong
To patiently wait so long
To build a bomb that don't go off.
Listening to all her songs
Getting drunk and leaving messages for moromou

Pieces of blue glass fall.
The love of a fool is strong.
Learning that joy's like rain.
And sorrow is like the sun,
When you're trying to sleep, sleep again.


Lyrics submitted by misslilybart

Blue Glass Fall song meanings
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