"Parasol" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
When I come to terms to terms with this
When I come to terms with this
When I come to terms to terms with this
My world will change for me
I haven't moved since the call came
Since the call came I haven't moved
I stare at the wall knowing on the other side
The storm that waits for me

Then the seated woman with a parasol
May be the only one you can't betray
If I'm the seated woman with a parasol
I will be safe in my frame

I have no need for a sea view
For a sea view I have no need
I have my little pleasures
This wall being one of these

When I come to terms to terms with this
When I come to terms with this
When I come to terms with this whip lash
Of silk on wool embroidery

Then the seated woman with a parasol
May be the only one you can't betray
If I'm the seated woman with a parasol
I will be safe in my frame
I will be safe
In my frame
In your house
In your frame


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"Parasol" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General Commentive been reading tori's new book, and it mentions something about her brother being in a car accident or something, it was around the time she wrote this song, so she could be talking about that
    whathitlersawon March 05, 2005   Link

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