Hidden Place

Album: Vespertine (2001)
Charted: 21
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  • Through the warmest cord of care
    Your love was sent to me
    I'm not sure what to do with it
    Or where to put it

    I'm so close to tears
    And so close to
    Simply calling you up
    I'm simply suggesting

    We go to the hidden place
    That we go to the hidden place
    We go to the hidden place
    We go to a hidden place

    Now I have been slightly shy
    And I can smell a pinch of hope
    To almost have allowed
    Once fingers to stroke
    The fingers I was given
    To touch with but careful, careful

    There lies my passion, hidden
    There lies my love
    I'll hide it under a blanket
    Lull it to sleep

    I'll keep it in a hidden place
    I'll keep it in a hidden place
    Keep it in a hidden place
    Keep it in a hidden place

    He's the beautifulest
    Fragilest still strong
    Dark and divine
    And the littleness of his movements

    Hides himself
    Invents a charm
    That makes him invisible
    Hides in the air

    Can I hide there too
    Hide in the air of him
    Seek solace

    In the hidden place
    In a hidden place
    In a hidden place
    We'll stay in a hidden place

    Oh, in a hidden place
    We'll live in a hidden place
    We'll be in a hidden place
    In a hidden place Writer/s: Bjork Gudmundsdottir, Guy Sigsworth, Mark Bell
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, WARP MUSIC LIMITED
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