"Blind" as written by Lewis James Bowman, Richard Paul Mitchell, Liam Carl Arklie, Michael Eran Hibbert and Alexander David Parry....
Where to begin?
The Snake has left us with last years skin
Eyeless diamonds of a life that's been and done
Memory is blind.

Where did it end?
We fell together like an accident
two lives colliding like continents
There be mountains between us and time

This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that

Oh my, you can take me for a long ride
My heart is high like your a turning tide
but its your body like a coastline

Hey Miss, I always said i wouldn’t reminisce
Become to busy with regrets to create a kiss
oh but i was unwise

Once i thought
I was the hero they were waiting for
And with my words i would change the law
And remake it as mine

This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that
This one ain’t highly strung she said run with that

Oh my, you can take me for a long ride
My heart is high like your a turning tide
but its your body like a coastline

When you were born, the golden apple
Tell em ill answer and stay
You are my one
my only sad maid

Go and preset them my head
Go and preset them my...
head
Go and preset them my...
head

Oh my, you can take me for a long ride
My heart is high like your a turning tide
but its your body like a coastline
Coastline

Oh my, you can take me for a long ride
My heart is high like your a turning tide
but its your body like a coastline
coastline


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    General Commentmy only sad maid - my only serenade

    Go and preset them my head - present
    drofon August 12, 2011   Link

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