Album: Violet Cries (2011)
  • These strange metallic voices
    Gleaming white and breeding light
    Delve under your brow
    Delve under my brow
    Folding, unfolding

    They whisper colors
    Watch the rainbows flood
    Dancing, we're dancing

    Pebbles flirting with our toes
    Listen to our heartbeats grow
    Marble rivers whirl

    Minerals swim like fishes
    A glorious school of glittering
    Innocent eyes, these innocent eyes
    These strange metallic voices Writer/s: DANIEL COPEMAN, RACHEL ANNA DAVIES, THOMAS JACK FISHER
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