six moons ago
the devil came
to dress my wounds
golden embrace
we walked for miles
came to a cave
came to a tower
explored for hours

mother, please you could never know
the love that lucifer had to show
and good lord, I never
never thought I'd say
I've found my path
and I've lost my way

oh no
oh no...


Lyrics submitted by knifecollection, edited by StopRemembering

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    General CommentThis is so lovely. His voice is so captivating when its put purely without electricity flying about the place
    The words make you want to cry and hug your pillow tighter... Well, me. Since Patrick often serves as a lullaby for nights I can't sleep.

    I though it was 'gold in embrace' - but don't listen to me. I'm the queen of wrong.
    LuluLovesYouMoreon September 16, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit probably is, I couldn't quite make that lyric out. I'll chaage it...
    knifecollectionon September 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commentchange, rather
    knifecollectionon September 19, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Gold in embrace" doesn't make sense (golden sounds better) and I think it's "the love that Lucifer had to show". I'm just getting this all from recordings of this song from when he performed it at the Tate Modern.
    contraireon July 23, 2008   Link
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    General CommentScouring this PW profile to find any of his songs I haven't heard, while I eagerly await his next release. Where can I find this song?

    Lulu, I totally agree. Patrick Wolf music is lullaby music! Or can be. Especially this b side, the Tower. Man, I could listen to his crooning voice all day and night and not get tired of it. I have used it as lullaby music before.
    everydayishalloweenon September 18, 2008   Link

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