The sky was yawning red tide
It was the morning of the frosted eyes
we were stumbling drunk and stupid
and the angry ground was laughing at me.

You said you couldn't melt the windows
I nudged my boot against the radio
and we sank into the metal springs
the sun was blooming into icy halos.

Hey! The reddest lips are parting, smiling and the silver's dripping out
Make! These lofty woods into a place that's safe and warm they're empty now
You! You live inside a cushion that's tearing at the seams.
Fold through me, I need you to cover me!

You were sleeping with the dust pines
in the catacombs of old times
now the clock is ticking backwards
and I'm loving you inside my new mind.

So wake up and say, "I can't face the day without your light upon my face,"
"You're as a child, unsung and wild,"
I need a sign or an embrace.

Hey! The reddest lips are parting, smiling and the silver's dripping out
Make! These lofty woods into a place that's safe and warm they're empty now
You! You live inside a cushion that's tearing at the seams.
fold through me, I need you to cover me!

Hey! The sweetest voice is breaking drifting through my body on the breeze
Find! Me towering o'er the mazes put in place to bring us to our knees
You! You've got me multicolored drifting in and out of sleep
Fold through me, say "I need you to cover me!"


Lyrics submitted by snarkey

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