This goose is cooked, these tongues are tied
Around the block and airborne blind
But looking on the brighter side
There's far less to which I'd be obliged

In the meadow where the black breeze blows
Where underneath the waves, you were most alone
Can you hear a subtle, aching tone?
Through the water, through the Earth, trimmed up bone

Looking on the brighter side
Looking on the brighter side
Looking on the brighter side
Looking on the brighter side
Looking on the brighter side
Looking on the brighter side


Lyrics submitted by heyheyhey111, edited by splitneedles, boywithdreams

Black Wave Lyrics as written by James Russell Mercer

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    General Comment"There's far less to withdraw being blind"
    could be
    "there's far less to which I'm being blind?"
    or
    "there's far less to which I'd be obliged"
    I think it's the second one.
    schimmyon October 27, 2006   Link

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