Album: Here (2012)
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  • Here come chilly preacher
    Stumbling 'gainst the wind
    Singing love, love is something to believe in
    A prayer and the sea
    And twenty tons of me
    Crying love, love is something to believe in

    To my child of wonder rambling
    All my crooked fingers pointing blame
    Let it all wash out in the rain
    Yes let it all wash out in the rain

    Beyond the drunken focus of my aim
    All my heroes twisting in the flame
    Let's let it all wash out in the rain
    Let it all wash out in the rain

    One more for forgiveness
    Twisting in the cold
    Singing love, love is something I believe in
    Too much my defenses
    Are dangling from the chain
    Oh but free, free is something to believe in

    To my god I want my gypsy train
    Too my child a howlin' tambourine
    Let it all wash out in the rain
    Let it all wash out in the rain
    Yes let it all wash out in the rain
    Let it all wash out in the rain Writer/s: ALEXANDER EBERT, NICOLO JOSEPH AGLIETTI
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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