"Handkerchiefs" as written by and Philip Price....
I cross the line
And see a face that can't be mine
Through a long long night
To find a place where we all thrive
Where every frail thing can survive
Where we can live this dream of life

In a dim blue light
She saw his eyes give up the fight
A hand finds mine
Traces answers on my spine
From malignant to benign
In the midnight smell of pine

Walk, walk, further than you'll ever know
Walk, walk, into the snow

A great divide
I didn't know her best friend died
Drawn in black-light chalk
Her ankles tied in flower stalks
We need a place where we can talk
Just need a place where we can talk

Into our handkerchiefs
Into both our handkerchiefs
Into our handkerchiefs
Into both our handkerchiefs
Walk, walk into the snow

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"Handkerchiefs" as written by Philip Price


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  • +1
    General CommentAmazing song. There are mistakes in the lyrics. If you can't be bothered to get them right, you should leave it to someone who cares.
    Technophobiaon January 27, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentA heart-broken song...really sad..I understand why presses compare them with Beatles.
    melody199111on July 06, 2008   Link

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