"From the Flagstone" as written by Elizabeth Fraser and Robin A. Guthrie....
At times I've seen you from the armyard
At times I've seen you from the flagstones

At times I've seen you from the balustrade
At times I've seen you from the flagstones
And you can't cajole [x3]
And can't cajole

At times I've seen you from the aureole
At times I've seen you from the flagstones
(Like another goalstone)
(You may cajole)
And you may cajole [x3]
(You may cajole)
And you may cajole [x3]
(You may cajole)
And you may cajole [x3]
And make a joke

At times I've seen you from the balustrade
At times I've seen you from the flagstones
At times I've seen you from the balustrade


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"From the Flagstones" as written by Robin A. Guthrie Elizabeth Fraser

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    General CommentI never could figure out what she was really saying. I think she just liked how some words sounded together. Not only this song, but basically everything I ever heard from hear. She is an amazing singer.
    sacdomon March 10, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAs is in Many Earlier Cocteau Twins Lyrics, the phrasing is Broken, err extended, on accent; first couple of times I heard Flagstones, I thought the Horses Gallup was metaphor for what i thought, ":Nuclear Disaster, was being refrained." now I think it's about a ghost at a military base?
    Baal29on December 14, 2013   Link

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