She's not dead
I saw her moving
Breeze in her hair
I felt her breath
Like the softest moment
In the longest of days

I can see, I can see
I can see, I can see

She's not dead
I felt her breathing
Fingers uncurl
I see her sleep
For the touch of her hand
On the dullest of days

I can feel, I can feel
I can feel, I can feel

She's not dead
She's only dreaming
Touch of her hand
Warmth in her heart
She can tell you her life
In a moment of pain

I can hear, I can hear
I can hear, I can hear


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    General CommentA dreamer awakens, re-acquiring the senses of sight, touch, and hearing. She returns, perhaps reluctantly, from the out-of-body into the physicality of the real world. Dreamers are often isolated--virgins to life, if you will. The rest of the album ("A Lifetime Away") documents the ups and downs of facing human contact.

    Fantastic cut from an obscure band that got lost in the shuffle of the 90s trip-hop explosion.

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    Anarchitecton March 23, 2008   Link

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