"Whatever Possessed You" as written by and Ian Zachary/simpson Broudie....
Goodbye my love... heaven has been wronged
Now our young bent arms don't seem quite so strong
November and all the frost bites... deep as the snow flowers plowed
This bed is colder than blood or bone

Never knock on my door... whatever possessed you, ah
Somewhere there's an emptiness... hold me tightly, I wouldn't dream of it

Beware my love... this tongue is a dying flame
My lies may fall like an acid rain
Maybe the sleet was in silently above the roads
You loving angel, you're skin and bones

November and all the frost bites... deeper than the snow flowers plowed
This bed is colder than blood or bone


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    General CommentCollaboration of Ian Broudie and Paul Simpson, Care, simply beautiful from voice to instruments... my fave lind... "Never knock on my door... whatever possessed you..."
    unexplained28on August 08, 2007   Link

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