"Honey Won't You Let Me In" as written by and Kristian Matsson....
Now the snow will fall and the lover's call
Will be drenched out by the shatterin' of verse
As the seasoned shifts lonely minds will drift
On the ocean in a build above its lore
As I knock your door from inside once more
How I wish a soothin' breeze would let me in
Shake my tambourine at your glowing dreams
So honey won't you let me in, oh

As we cease to know where our fate will go
We won't see the rivers tied up in the vines
Branches will untie every mumblin' lie
Every frayed word in your lullaby is heard
Oh when I catch the ? of our ?
How I wish the turning sunset could record
Blow my engine steam at your glowin' dreams
So honey won't you let me in, oh

Now the dust will rise, dress the olden skies
Just a gallery of words we've used much
It's a ? but what if it's too late
To be building up our muscles in ?
Put me on the mornin' ship and I will take the trip
To return with all the treasures of the past
It will always seem like a glowin' dream
So honey won't you let me in
I said honey won't you let me in, oh


Lyrics submitted by chickenflicker, edited by Faceblood, alberto101

"Honey Won't You Let Me In" as written by Kristian Matsson

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  • +1
    General Commenta few changes i'd suggest:


    shattering of 'birds' (not verse)
    as the 'seasons shift' (not seasoned shifts)
    wish a 'sudden' breeze (not soothin')
    dress the 'open' skies (not olden)
    it's a feather's weight (not ______ ______)

    as far as the other blanks go, sounds like 'fores' of our 'fistivores' (fores of our fist-eaters? don't ask me). the last one sounds like muscles in this 'raft'.

    great song on a greater album by an even greater artist!
    cenozoicon December 03, 2008   Link

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