This is the hard part - the part that keeps me awake.
This is the hardest part - the part where I'd come in, if I thought you'd notice, if I'd rehearsed my lines. I'll try to write them down on my palm next time.

Since I've been here, it's gotten colder. Wake up freezing, the leaves are turning. Your soft caress, content and in my memory, so picturesque.

Pale cheeks glow red, let's sleep til it's over. You'd rest your head, on my shoulder. Like now was then, and this was more than a memory, so picturesque.

I can almost hear the wind above the ringing in my ears - the same familiar scent from about this time last year.
Looking outside, the clouds that cover gray. The rain from last November may never wash away.

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    this is a very old song in the history of TSD. it remains unreleased however, we play it live almot every show.

    ohwellhelloon August 15, 2002   Link
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    who is we ohwellhello??

    tearsofanEMOgurlon August 24, 2002   Link
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    Holy crap! This is a great song! TSD should definitely record this song, and put it out on something.

    LitoEon August 26, 2002   Link
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    oh sigh. i think i found a new one to add to my favorites. i usually hate rhyme..but this makes me smile and frown all in the same "Your soft caress, content and in my memory, so picturesque." holy cow. i adore it. simply adore. i think and write like this..only..its last july. or time in rome. my navona nights. sigh, indeed. i love this.

    herewithyouon March 03, 2003   Link
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    I miss this song. I may never hear it again, and that isn't cool:(

    LitoEon November 09, 2004   Link

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