I still sniff at the pillow
Where my love's heads lied next to mine some days ago
But how should I know where the love goes

Wet stones at both my sides
On the floor the clothes I wore when she last saw me with her eyes
With her soft eyes, hardly fastened to mine

This dance ends here
And with these words she sentenced me to the loneliness I fear

But have faith my darling
You must have faith my darling
Cause we'll wait till you use this pardon
To find yourself, to find my darling

But I am just an empty house when you're gone
An empty body, I'm nothing strong
When you're here, you're my blood moving along
So I will wait lifeless till you get home

Then she said you'll just continue to wait
I can't be your life, I can't be your blood
And if there's nothing in you then there's nothing to love
Then there's nothing you have worth waiting for

But have faith my darling
You must have faith my darling
Cause we'll wait till you use this pardon
To find yourself, to find my darling

When she said this
I could see standing lone,
My little self there, waiting for me
Now with myself I am never alone
So I sing smiling till you come home

Have faith my darling
You must have faith my darling
I could no longer wait, I could just use this pardon
To find myself, to find your darling


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