Album: Every Kingdom (2011)
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  • And meet me there, bundles of flowers
    We wait through the hours of cold
    Winter shall howl at the walls
    Tearing down doors of time
    Shelter as we go

    And promise me this
    You'll wait for me only
    Scared of the lonely arms
    Surface, far below these burn
    And maybe, just maybe I'll come home

    Who am I, darling to you?
    Who am I?
    Going to tell you stories of mine
    Who am I?

    Who am I, darling for you?
    Who am I?
    Could be a burden in time, lonely
    Who am I, to you?

    Who am I, darling for you?
    Who am I?
    Going to be a burden
    Who am I, darling to you?
    Who am I?

    I come alone here
    I come alone here Writer/s: Benjamin John Howard
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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