"Somewhere Around Here" as written by Caroline Elizabeth Polachek, Jonathan Patrick Wimberly and Aaron Marshall Davis....
near the east waverly hills your hair pinned back
(in previous lives we were frozen stiff, but these aren't so rigid)
I throw off my coat to bear this January air

a rowboat for the two of us to read our books on
the darkest light before a darker night, we slip underwater
the bridge disappears, the deer hunt us in the frigid air

somewhere around here there are witches
somewhere around here there are witches...

somewhere around here


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    Lyric CorrectionThe beginning line is "Near the east waverly hills, your hair pinned back."
    ImGusson March 01, 2010   Link

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