"The Sinking Belle (Blue Sheep)" as written by Stephen O'malley Greg Andersen and Jesse Sykes (lyrics)....
Passing by
Rows and rows,
In silence I
Stand alone.

And out of you
Grey birds fly,
On a gravel path
You qualified.

We tended to
The feverfew,
The walls of vine
In hollow time.

The shape I'm in
Oh, she knows so well,
My hearts become
Her sinking belle.

This sinking belle
Oh, this sinking belle,
Are you worried now ?
You're worried now ?
Ahhh.


This sinking belle
Oh, this sinking belle,
You're worried now
You're worried now.
Ahhh.

We're smaller than
We used to be,
What came from you
Is now inside me.

Don't ask me why
Oh, don't ask me why.
All my life,
All my life,
Was in black and white.

This sinking belle
Oh, this sinking belle
I'm worried now,
You're worried now
Ahhh.

This sinking belle
This sinking belle
I'm worried now,
You're worried now.
ohhh.

This sinking belle
Oh, this sinking belle,
You're worried now,
You're worried now.
ohhh.

lyrics by:Jesse Sykes



Lyrics submitted by Legion1349, edited by jessesykes

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    General CommentIf you have all three versions, play them together. It's almost a religious experience.
    trajectoryon March 24, 2008   Link
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    General Commentwhat do you mean, together?
    leech3on November 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNo he means play them simultaneously?
    TheLongingon August 10, 2010   Link

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