Three months in him
Can't catch the tears
Time never lands
Our love is all that stands now
Streets feel strange
And longer lovers will never change

I'm so glad to have you
And it's getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse

I feel out of place
Just look at my face
Stuck in the mud
Knee-deep in blood girl
Eyes, blindfold
You never said I'm growing old

I'm so glad to have you
And it's getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse
I'm so glad to have you
And it's getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse

My my my heart is still reliant

Tell them I've gone
And nothing's wrong
In from the past
A sudden blast bang
Spring has gone
And summer keeps on coming on

I'm so glad to have you
And it's getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse
I'm so glad to have you
And I'm getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse
I'm so glad to have you
And I'm getting worse
I'm so mad to love you
And your evil curse

I've a plan to save you from my misery
I'm a man too brave to follow history


Lyrics submitted by Ice, edited by ashfarlane

Blindfold Lyrics as written by Ross Godfrey Paul David Godfrey

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    I think Skye is singing about being separated from the man she loves- 3 months in here, etc. She says their love is all that stands now, which I think means that they don't have anything else- no communication, no physical contact- so if anything makes them hold on, if anything is left, it is their love. She says the streets feel strange, just look at my face, knee-deep in blood... I've been apart from the one I love now for almost 4 months and I still have another 8 more to go, and the streets do feel strange, I feel out of place, and knee-deep in blood. She's right when she says she's "mad to love you, and your evil curse". It can be like a curse when you love someone so much but can't see them or talk to them...

    JewellyBugon December 03, 2004   Link
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    I have never found a song to describe exactly how I feel - besides this one.

    hold2thecoreon July 24, 2002   Link
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    as this song demonstrates, the godfrey brothers definitely know what they're doing in the studio. they recruited a singer with a nice, smooth voice to complement their mellow grooves. and apart from writing a catchy song for skye edwards to sing, it's their craftsmanship as producers that really makes this song great for me--there are so many immaculately recorded layers of different sounds that complement each other incredibly well. take the guitars. there's nothing special about the guitar playing on here, but all the guitar tracks are well constructed and just sound phenomenal: the rhythmic acoustic guitar is played with a nice punch to it, the electric guitar during the chorus has a great crunchy sound that really articulates the rhythm, and there's a great dual guitar solo where a second guitar uses the first guitar part as a jumping off point. i also really like the samples and scratching effects that punctuate this song, but the real icing on the cake for me is the string section, especially during the chorus. whoever scored the strings wrote a really nice counterpoint to the vocal melody and guitar rhythm. in fact, the strings are so awesome that "blindfold" is one of only two songs that make me look like a dork when i rock out to it because i'll be playing air violin (nico's "i'll keep it with mine" is the other song that makes me want to bust out the air violin, in case anyone was curious).

    typicalrecordson December 15, 2011   Link

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