Come Mary, come and watch the storm.
Mother's fears are tired sleepers
beyond her silent windowsill.
Father's peering eyes now fade with weight.
We'll run like silent phantoms
Free until the dawn.

We're entwined in midnite's embrace.
Your house, a purple prison
so far away.
I'll hide our game in the treetops
and sleeping phantoms we will chase.

Come Mary, come and watch the storm.
Mother's candle has exhausted
She's dreaming of your birth.

Father's clever watch is laid to sleep.
Downstairs i wait for you
beyond the boards that creak.

We're entwined in midnite's embrace.
Your house, a purple ruin
so far away.
I'll hide our game in the treetops
and sleeping phantoms we will chase.

Mother's will is far away.
Father's fists are far away.
We set the horses loose tonite.
Unbridled freedom, Blessed night.

Unbidled Freedom
Blessed night.

Come Mary, come and watch the storm
with me
tonite.



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Mary And The Storm song meanings
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    General Commenta big fuck you to the overprotechtive parents wishes of not dating a kid called a freak
    "mothers will is far away
    fathers fists are far away"
    go goolsby!!!!
    helenachudon January 05, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhen i hear it, it kinda reminds me of a vampire. They (in bram strokers novels and others as well) have the power to control and seduce women at their disposal. when i hear this song it paints a story board of a vampire in love with a girl named mary and controls her to come out every night and go in almost a child like fashion on little adventures as he romances her
    codystainon October 08, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell, i guess it´s about marry shelley. the words "come mary come and watch the storm" are apearing in the film "bride of frankenstein" in the beginning when we see mary shelley and lord byron talking before the real story begins.
    beautiful song!
    sumpfhuhnon March 01, 2008   Link

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