Dissolve Me

Album: An Awesome Wave (2012)
  • Now dissolve me, two tabs on your tongue
    A herd of shepherds to herd the sheep, sleep now my only one
    Broken sweethearts, who sleep apart
    Both still pine for the other's side spine, spoon as sleep starts

    And pulse to pulse, now shush

    She makes the sound, the sound the sea makes to calm me down

    I am see-through, soap sliver you're thin
    As I begin rubbing lathers up your state worsens on my skin
    And gold, fatless finger to lip, one two three four hush

    And pulse to pulse, now shush

    She makes the sound, the sound the sea makes to calm me down
    She makes the sound, the sound the sea makes. I'm tired now

    Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh

    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea
    She makes the sound the sea makes, knee-deep in the North Sea Writer/s: Augustus Figaro Niso Unger-Hamilton, Gwilym David Dylan Sainsbury, Joe Jerome Newman, Thomas Stuart Green
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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