Go, go where you may
Do, do what you will
I'll see you again on a sunnier day
And I know I'll love you still

And I can't seem to understand
But you got my heart in your hands
Well, you got my heart in your hands

The dawn's early light
Has now faded to gray
And the ashes from the fire we had last night
All blown away

And I can't seem to understand
But you got my heart in your hands
Well, you got my heart in your hands

Well you're a rainstorm, a fire, and a trainwreck
All wrapped up in ribbons and lace
You're a fistful of roadside flowers and rain
Just the soil in a dimestore vase

And I can't seem to understand
But you got my heart in your hands
Well, you got my heart in your hands



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  • +1
    General Commentcorrect lyrics:

    You're a fistful of roadside flowers arranged
    Just so in a dimestore vase

    they're perfect, so i hope this error is fixed soon.
    feralduston February 23, 2011   Link

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