"Elizabeth Colour Wheel" as written by and Kurt Kargar Heasley....
Oh how I saw her
And almost lived this way
If you weren't how I taught you
We'd both know what I said

With your head full of sorrow
You go on your way
All your life I can follow
And I'll lose you all the time

Oh how I saw you
And now she I could see
As you paint on an island
You saw inside of me

With your head full of sorrow
You crawl home and die
All your life I can't follow
But I'm with you all the time



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    General CommentTremendously overlooked song. One of the few inspired by My Bloody Valentine that challenges and perhaps even surpasses their genius. About resigning yourself to the fact that someone is too good for you and that you can't ever have her. Can't count how many times I've listened to this on my sadder days during a dreary commute home.
    untrueon May 19, 2008   Link

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