Rimbaud Eyes

Album: Girls Too True (2014)
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  • You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got!

    Truly, I have wept too much
    In the dawns are heart breakers
    Every moon is atrocious, every sun bitter
    Sharp love has swollen me up!

    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got!

    I can no more
    Bathed in your languors
    O waves, sail in your wake
    I can no more I can no more
    Bathed in your languors
    O waves, sail in your wake

    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got!

    No I, a boat lost on the blue
    Am hurled by hurricanes
    Into bird-less ether
    Into forever blue-into you

    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got rimbaud eyes
    You got! Writer/s: Kristin Gundred
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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