"Korean Dogwood" as written by and Devendra Banhart....
Red oak sugar and Korean dogwood and Korean dogwood
Vibes tug to run roam
Lit by mission moonlight
Kangas on that hillside
You are my life
And you baffle me some
Like an endless maple
Inca cornflower
You're my baby's blue eyes
And when goddess all in a prayer
You'll hear a sound
That rings true and fair
Black cape lightning
And all the orange blossoms and orange blossoms
My friend Piegan
Drawing endless love songs, endless love songs
Sweet bee, show me what you're seeing
Show me what you're seeing
And go right and loud and proud
Every little word
It's still rings through
Strange prayer looming
Over all our brothers, over all our brothers
Prism lifeson and the whole gospel
Is a rope thrown helpful
But for sure all that we've made
Will be swallowed by the Earth

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"Korean Dogwood" as written by Devendra Banhart

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    General CommentYep, jxnarcotiicz lyrics are more accurate. (Shouldn't there be a way to edit? Too often on this site, the correct lyrics are in the comments instead of up top).

    BUT, I -think- it may be "but BLACKFOOT Gospel is a rope thrown helpful".
    It sounds closer to Blackfoot, and a Piegan is a member of the Blackfoot confederacy. (^_^)b
    subversaon July 18, 2009   Link

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