"English House" as written by and Robin Pecknold....
Go with your two feet bare
Down through the cold lane there, to Brighton.
A country house, a liar and a louse live there.

Go with your arms held wide.
Happiness in your eyes, come and sit.
And stay the night. Turn out of the light you see.
And lay them down buried in the ground for me.

Whoa my love, Whoa my love,
Whoa my love, Whoa my love,
Whoa...

Tongues in a creatures way.
Drawn to the fragile legs, you walk on.
A cold wind blows right into the coast for me.
The cold wind blows right into the coast for me.

Whoa my love, Oh my love,
Whoa my love, Oh my love,
Whoa my love, Oh my love,
Whoa my love, Oh my love,
Oh...



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"English House" as written by Robin Pecknold

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    General CommentWhat'd I go with?
    My feet are so weak!
    I can't walk anymore
    been down since so long, hurt!
    The cold air feels hot now!
    Can see myself walking
    Yet this body remains on ground
    Eyes' brightness no more
    Lips waiting for that last kiss
    Letting soul fly out of body
    aatayyabon August 08, 2009   Link

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