Pale faced, the innocent will drown in blood
Murdered with dawn

Don't ever steal my grief
In the sense of green and dawn is gone

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now
I will bury my dead and keep

Until the end
I won't give up
(I won't give up)
I crawl to the red fields of blood

There's a grave
There's a rose
Drift away

I can hear me say
Soon you all shall be free

Carry The Blessed Home
Noone's left here but me
And I will sing up your name

Call me insane I know
A hope of my heart
And my soul to you son

So pale turns the innocent
And all I feel is pain

Suddenly I understand he's gone!

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now
My love doesn't matter right now

[solo]

Carry The Blessed Home
No one's left here but me
And I will sing up your name

Dreamer, insane I know
What I fear the most I have faced
And that's truth
The grey face, not innocent
Though I cry in dismay
I would finally care, move on

Is there anyone here who knows how it feels to be right?

Blind my eyes
And I still can see through the mist
Through the barrier
There, a place where I fear the most
Blind my eyes
My love doesn't matter right now

Matter right now
Matter right now


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  • +1
    General CommentBtw, the line "In this haze of green and gold, he's gone." refers to Jake Chambers' resting place where Roland buried him in the woods; it being late in the afternoon in a wooded area/forest.
    robsturron August 31, 2008   Link

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