"From Your Favourite Sky" as written by and John Bramwell Andrew Hargreaves....
Do you dare
Take a breath
Do you dream of a tragic death
I know you do

do you wail, do you weep
Do you sing yourself to slepp
You delicate flower

and so what is love?
And who am I?
To dare to pull the stars from your favourite sky

you were born
Forth from joy
You're every girl and boy
You know you are, you know you are

and you dress
Like a dame
And you burn on a catholic flame
By the hours, by the hours

and so what is love?
And who am I?
To dare to pull the stars from your favourite sky

you possess, s'avoir faire
Put cheap bleach on your hair
You know you do
You know you do

do you dare
Take a breath
Do you dream of a tragic death
You delicate flower

and so what is love?
And who am I?
To dare to pull the stars from your favourite sky

and so what is love?
And who am I?
To dare to pull the stars from your favourite sky

from your favourite sky




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"From Your Favourite Sky" as written by John Bramwell Andrew Hargreaves

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    General CommentTop song from a top album. I think this album has a dark feel to it what i love.

    this song... i get the impression its about a girl he only knew maybe for a night and had a good long conversation then went home and wrote this. dont know why i think that but just the impression it gives me.
    mally1on February 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentjust so you know, it's 'savoir-faire', literally meaning 'know-how'.
    ilikesongson June 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commentnice song. ironical about how usual things are at the same time astonishingly beautiful. laughable and hurting.
    i am kloot is underestimated band
    Nimicon December 18, 2010   Link

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