I built a house of stone
Like ivy on the wall she'd grown
And deep within the woods
We
Stood
Free
Alone.

I never laughed nor cried
I never took a step outside
And she believed in me
But
She
Couldn't see
I was gone.


Oh, She belonged to The Other Side
Where tender hearts can love
And be loved alike
Where what you get's
Not what you want
'Cause what you want is a paradise
And that's not like life.

But me, I called myself the soulless sovereign type
And having no friends at all
Kept me safe inside
But you don't know
How you've been gone
Until one day you realize
You're half alive.

Well, maybe it's Love, me and mine.
Maybe it's Love, Me and Mine.


When winter came it snowed
Down upon my house of stone
My ivy love was lost
In
Frost
And
Ice.

I just stayed inside
And watched the snow fall down
Safe and Warm and Sound
Till now
Till now

Oh, she belonged to The Other Side
She left a note
At the door
Said she'd be just fine
Though I could see
What was lost
I had not yet the strength to fight
I would pay that price.

And I still believed I was the sovereign type
I hid my heart in a place to one else could find
But when I looked
It wasn't there
And I thought I had lost my mind
I would come to find

That maybe it's Love, Me and Mine.
Maybe it's Love, Me and Mine.


I was on my own
In my house of stone
Sang this song so loud
That the walls
Came crashing down
And I came running out
And that's where I found her
Now,

We, we belong to The Only Side
Where honest souls are One
And we are One alike
Where what you get
Is what you want
'Cause what you want is a paradigm
A paradigm.
Like making it Love, Me and mine.
Making it Love, Me and Mine.


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    General CommentThis song isn't on his youtube anymore, if anyone has a copy of it PLEASE message me! :) I'm dying to hear it again.
    milk23on November 02, 2010   Link

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