"I Can See Now (live)" as written by and Brendan Perry....
Ever loved a woman who made you feel tall?
Ever loved a man who made you feel small?
If you were a sailor
I'd raise the anchor
To sail the sea
In search of you and me
And god
Conjures currents to break our fragile boats
And both the innocent and the damned
Are swallowed up in his wake
If you were a huntress
I'd be your bow
For your silver arrows
To seek out his heart

Ever loved a woman who made you feel tall?
Ever loved a man who made you feel small?
Who are you to complain
For lack of understanding?
We are all created equal
In just one thing alone
Alone in your thoughts that ??? you through your life
They'll take you outwards to the dark edge of time
And there's nothing more dangerous
Than a man with nothing to lose
Nothing to live for
And nothing to prove


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"I Can See Now" as written by Brendan Michael Perry

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    General CommentQuite sad song about failing relationship which is not an uncommon subject for many of DCD songs (see also Ubiquitous Mr. Lovegrove). I just love how Brendan Perry voice sounds in that song - majestic is the right word.
    Alastison March 15, 2006   Link

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