i could bleed, bleed, bleed for days
but my heart would still beat for you dear
yet we carry on like a stone
like we've no idea where we're coming from

the rain will subside by the morning

i can drag my legs 'cross the desert
but my lips will still thirst for you dear
yet i feel your pains like a furnace
though it burns, i go on, i keep crawling

and the moon will rise in the evening
and we'll fall to sleep 'neath your tree
and the wind will howl through your leaves
and serenade me

you don't own me
but i'll take your lead
down the gnarly thicket in the trees
and we're soon lost
and we're terrified
but i'll always find my way to your eyes

and the moon will rise in the evening
and we'll fall to sleep 'neath your tree
and the wind will howl through your leaves
and serenade me


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  • +1
    General CommentThe third line is definitely, "Yet we carry on like a storm."
    asSTARSfallxon October 08, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is the most beautiful love song i have ever heard.
    Imberon August 25, 2011   Link

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