"Wide Lovely Eyes" as written by and Warren Ellis Nicholas Edward Cave....
You wave at the sky with wild lovely eyes
Waves and waves of love goodbye
And through the garden with your secret key
Down the tunnel that leads to the sea

Step on the beach beneath the iron sky
You wave and wave with your wild lovely eyes
Crystal waves and waves of gloom
You wave and say goodbye

Your dress size with your wild lovely strides
And all along the street and lately the stories abound
They've dismantled the fun fair and they've shut down the rides
And they've hung the mermaids from the streetlights by their hair

And with wide lovely eyes you wave at the sky
And me at the high window watching the ride
The waves of blue and the waves of love
You wave and say goodbye

The night expands, I am expanding
I watch your hands like butterflies bending
All among the myths and the legends we create
And all the laughing stories we tell our friends
Close the windows, clear up the mess
It's getting late, it's darker and closer to the end

Through the tunnel and down to the sea
And on the pebble beach, your laces you untie
And arrange your shoes side by side
You wave and wave with wide lovely eyes
Distant waves and waves of distant love
You wave and say goodbye

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"Wide Lovely Eyes" as written by Warren Ellis Nicholas Edward Cave


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    General CommentIćm not sure what the song is about, but the images it produces are magical, like trying to escape together from this straightforward world, that destroys all that is beautiful (mermaids) into another imaginary place...
    soboton June 22, 2013   Link

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