Evening shows you in the soft light of the falling snow
I watch you standing through the window, while on the telephone
I'm speaking in a cut up tone as a turning face begins to show
A subtle glide of your lowered nose, a smothered eye to the frozen snow
Come, Celia, Let us prove this love
When we feel that it'll never be enough
To trace the starry face of unreflecting love
Driving slowly past the long side of the battered road
High above the soft lamenting of the seaward moan
You're sleeping in a weakened pose, I see you in that sweet repose
I hold a moment there among the restless heart and the useless tongue
Sun is setting when we're nearing home
Your dirty hair in your summer clothes
The black birds settle in a distant way
And waking you I begin say
Come, Celia, Let us prove this love


Lyrics submitted by EmilyApple

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