"Fisherman's Wife" as written by and Temistoclas Hugo Rutili....
There's no light in the window, holes in the plot
Soaked in the sound, waiting to be found
With your heart attack shoulders, the parking lot shakes
You come like a natural disaster
The fisherman's wife sends you out to sea with more requests
You bite like a hammer but you don't mean a thing
The cardinal staggers, vinegar skies
Burned up carpet, lazy to change
The cashier grins an electrical storm
Dizzy and shortchanged charms you blind
When you fall, you fall like fists of snow soaked in turpentine
Paul and silas soaked in the sound
You're a razor in the silk aching to be found
No light
No light
No light
No light
The fisherman's wife sends you out to sea with more requests
What else is there left to do, but love

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"Fisherman's Wife" as written by Temistoclas Hugo Rutili

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    General Commentall i can think about when i hear this song is the fisherman's wife waiting for him day after day, year after year on the shore. she sleeps alot and at night you dont see the house lit up with life.
    NOoooo Light. there is a deep sense of driftwood when i hear this. the tides coming and going. there are holes in the plot meaning the fisherman should have been back home a long time ago. the story isnt satisfying in the sense of completion. she will wait for him until she turns grey. and you will run her errands until you are shortchanged one day. the cashier is the epitomy of greed with his lightning fast wit charming you blind. you know the fisherman's wife and sooth her pain, and there is nothing left to do but marry her and light up her house.
    slimjim307on June 28, 2011   Link

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