"Drew" as written by William Owen Gregory and Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp....
Pull up the blinds
Open the door wide
Feel the cold arrive
In my bones

Put on my face
The way I dressed today
Feel like you tonight
On my day

Falling little more
You bumped and crashed in dirty snow
Up to our sin, I might as well
Melt into Sunday

Remember the time
We stood there by the lake
Watching boats and planes
Pretty white clouds

The sun will sweat
In fact the song begins
Trees are your skin
On my tongue

Falling little more
You bumped and crashed in dirty snow
Up to our sin, I might as well
Melt into Sunday

Pull up the blinds
Open the door wide
Feel the cold arrive
In my bones

You, me and more
We bumped and crashed in dirty snow
Up to our sin, we might as well
Melt into Sunday

La la la la la
La la la la la la la la la
We know you're, you're not how it seems
Don't have a point

You're not there for the stay
When I will wish you could
Wish that you were there

You could
You're dying in here
You could be here soon
You stumble on a river


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"Drew" as written by William Owen Gregory Alison Elizabeth Goldfrapp

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    General CommentTaken from the Tales of Us booklet:

    drew

    pull up the blinds open the door and wide
    feel the cold arrive in my bones
    put on my face I'll wear your dress tonight
    feel like you tonight on that day
    falling lemon moon
    you burn then crash in dirty snow
    ode to sin I might as well melt into Sunday
    remember the time we stood there by the lake
    watching boats and planes great white clouds
    I smelt the sweat I felt the sun again
    dreams on your skin on my tongue
    Vassagoon September 10, 2013   Link

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