"Blue Bell Knoll" as written by Simon Philip Raymonde, Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
Each is not my love, moan I for what
I make up hundreds so I know how to make love
There, you can have my youth, I know I have loved
Started to see him, 'till when I married him

To yearn admits you're outside to me
Grow up

I have seen these all my life, perhaps a lot more
And I have been so naive
All move and try he knew not
And your spangle, how it hurts, and I have feelings

To yearn admits you're outside to me
Grow up
Grow up


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"Blue Bell Knoll" as written by Elizabeth Fraser Simon Philip Raymonde

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    General CommentHow is it there are now comments on this song? It is hauntingly beautiful. Check out the Cocteau twins. They're pretty good.
    monster36604on January 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSecond that. This is maybe the real song of the universe, though the lyrics above are of course only a dream.
    bohemiandonuton November 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentAmazing, its almost like the essence and journey of life has been captured in 3:19sec. Quite the awe-inspiring and mystical song.
    silverxxangelon August 15, 2011   Link

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