"Echo or Encore" as written by John Wesley Harding and Eleanor Friedberger....
I want you all around me
Envelop me in sound
Smother me, pummel me
Cover me, humble me
The silence with noise
With a song in your voice

I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore

I tried to crawl inside you
Where every whisper is deaf
Inside your echo chamber
Surrender to the breath
Wrap yourself around me
Play me just one more

I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore

The rain was drumming on the band's red roof
And as the shepherd sang
The skylight got battered
Above us as proof
When I sang the shepherd's song
And the rain still didn't stop
It only keeps us guessing
Mussing, messing, fussing 'til you drop

And you go, you're a ghost
And everything I sing here is set in stone
And you go, and you go
And everything you say here is set in stone

I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore
I adore you as before
Your echo or your encore


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