"Bright Leaves" as written by John Robert Cardwell, Philip Abram Dickey and William Lincoln Knauer....
She believes in the mystic things I cannot see
In the blood and the wine and the oil that divides

I'll find a verse that will reverse all the times I'll let you down
Of course, it's worse for you than it ever was for me
There's probably a proverb or parable that's parallel to you

Please, say to me all the colors that we used to see
Bright leaves, TV, and the aqua sea foam green
shame, royalty

I'll find a verse that will reverse all the times I'll let you down
Of course, it's worse for you than it ever was for me
There's probably a proverb or parable that's parallel to you, and me


Lyrics submitted by thekevdog, edited by loosafu

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