"Datura" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
Get out of my garden

Passion vine
Texas sage
Indigo spires salvia
Confederate jasmine
Royal cape plumbago
Arica palm
Pygmy date palm
Snow-on-the-mountain
Pink powderpuff
Datura
Crinum lily
St. Christopher's lily
Silver dollar eucalyptus
White african iris
Katie's charm ruellia
Variegated shell ginger
Florida coontie
Datura
Ming fern
Sword fern
Dianella
Walking iris
Chocolate cherries allamanda
Awabuki viburnum

Is there room in my heart
For you to follow your heart
And not need more blood
From the tip of your star

Walking iris
Chocolate cherries allamanda
Awabuki viburnun

Natal plum
Black magic ti
Mexican bush sage
Gumbo limbo
Golden shrimp
Belize shrimp
Senna
Weeping sabicu
Golden shower tree
Golden trumpet tree
Bird of paradise
Come in
Vaiegated shell ginger
Datura
Ionicera
Red velvet costus
Xanadu philodendron
Snow queen hibiscus
Frangipani
Bleeding heart
Persian shield
Cat's whiskers
Royal palm
Sweet slyssum
Petting bamboo
Orange jasmine
Clitoria blue pea
Downy jasmine
Datura
Frangipani

Dividing Canaan
Piece by piece
O let me see
Dividing Canaan


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"Datura" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General CommentTori's garden sounds amazing.

    It's always amazing for me, reading other people interpretations, because it then always changes what I think of a song, how I picture it and whether it still sounds beautiful.
    Still beautiful to me.
    myheartbaiton March 27, 2009   Link

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