"Brockwell Park" as written by and Mark Edward Kozelek....
In the night we freeze
And you want me to tell
In London's lonesome park
Brockwell

Out here, I am distracted
As fire bombs explode
Bonfire lamps glow
To the crowded road

If the days weren't so precious
And no worlds where shorted wires had kept us
Things would be better than this
There's an angel by the ocean, I miss

And trips on the train
Before our lives changed
The mirror I watched
Your naked body strain



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"Brockwell Park" as written by Mark Edward Kozelek

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    General Commentthis is a very romantic song...but also a very sad song =(
    rockkidon May 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNot Just sad this is a haunting and hauntingly beautiful song. There have been days when I have listened to the end of this song over and over. I can feel the intensity of eyes squeezed shut in sorrow and or remorse.
    eddiebon July 24, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree with eddieb - it is a beautiful, beautiful song, one which I also never tire, at certain times, of playing over and over just getting into the words, music and sheer emotion of it all.

    "If the days weren't so precious" - jesus, unbelievable.
    Noamchomskyon July 08, 2008   Link

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