she held tight to her photograph
it transpires mystery
the sun ain't rose and set for days
with echos of her agony

what good's a heart without a home
and no one to call her own
the waters rushed up to bathe her
of her time and drown the memories

what's more beautiful than blood
caked on her velvet skin
the dress she wore that night remains
awash in scarlet sin

a haunting tale of sorrow
underneath the murky deep
there's still a longing in those eyes
it hasn't ceased to be

her broken spirit still exists
the pain calls her up to rise
and though i wanted to dismiss as a trick of light or in my mind
standing there so eloquent she cries

sing to me and ease my troubles, boy
this afterlife has known no joy
because a death of love took me before my time
sing to me and provide peaceful rest
for though i'm gone, i can't forget
sing a song and croon to me in the midnight

sing to me

her broken spirit still exists
the pain calls her up to rise
and though i wanted to dismiss as a trick of light or in my mind
standing there so eloquent she cries

sing to me and ease my troubles, boy
this afterlife has known no joy
because a death of love took me before my time
sing to me and provide peaceful rest
for though i'm gone, i can't forget
sing a song and croon to me in the midnight

sing to me
sing to me
sing to me
sing to me


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Lady In The Lake song meanings
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