[All, all the way down]

One more embrace
And to whisper your name
Stoned in the sunlight
I know it's a shame
Fading away in the crystelline dawn
Pull six white horses and carriage's drawn
All the way down
All the way down

All the way, all the way down

Seems like I can't come up no more
Won't be happy again
No, no, no, no, no...

Cold morning stars
Seem to shimmer unknown
Tide takes you under
Rolling along
Follow the tomb that the Siren would sing
Follow the moon didn't find anything
All the way, all the way down

All, all the way, all the way down

Pardon me for praying hard
For crying out loud

One more embrace
And to whisper your name
Stoned in the sunlight
I know it's a shame
Drifting away in the crystelline dawn
Pull six white horses and carriage's drawn
All the way down

Seems like I can't come up no more
Won't be happy again
No, no, no, no, no...

All the way, all the way down
All the way down
[All the way, all the way down]
[All the way, all the way down]


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    General CommentThis song reminds me of Lanegan's Pill Hill Serenade. The rising of the sun, the disappearing of the stars, the things that signal a new day and inspire optimism in most people, for him, signal the coming of six white horses with carriages drawn. Six white horses carry bodies to their grave. The rhythm to this song almost feels like it's carrying you away, it distracts from the underlying bleakness of following the moon looking for happiness. I've noticed this in a few of the songs Lanegan has performed (e.g. Sworn and Broken).
    aptitudeon May 01, 2010   Link

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