"Inner Garden II" as written by Robert Fripp, Anthony Charles Levin and Adrian Belew....
Autumn has come to rest
In her garden
Come to paint the trees with emptiness
And no pardon
So many things have come undone
Like the leaves on the ground
And suddenly she begins to cry
But she doesn't know why
Heavy are the words that fall through the air
To burden her shoulders
Caught up in the trees
Her soliloguy,
"Don't leave me alone"

Rome now comes to sit
In her garden
Mingling the breeze with memories
Of a time when
There was a room in pale yellow hues
Her room with a view
Where love made a bed of happiness
In muslin and lace
Sweet is the voice from far away
That speaks sotto voce and
Is lingering there in the golden air
To quiet the day.


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"Inner Garden II" as written by Anthony Charles Levin Adrian Belew

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    General CommentWhat does 'sotto voce' mean? (My guess is a musical/vocal tone)
    Unsoundon June 18, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"Sotto voce (literally "under voice"), an Italian expression, means to speak under one's breath or to speak confidentially." Wikipedia
    bugmenot123on July 19, 2007   Link

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