Orpheo Looks Back

Album: Break It Yourself (2012)
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  • And there are places we must go to
    To bring these hollow words on back from
    You must cross a muddy river
    Where love turns to love turns to fear
    They say you don't look
    There's only one way
    On back from on back from here
    They say you don't look
    They say you don't look cause it'll disappear

    And our eyes they keep on strainin'
    As if to see what lies behind them
    Through the shells of empty buildings and great columns of glass
    They say you don't look
    They say you don't look
    'Cause it'll drive you mad
    And if it drives you mad
    If it drives you mad
    It'll prob'ly pass Writer/s: ANDREW WEGMAN BIRD
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
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