All Flowers In Time Bend Towards The Sun

Album: unreleased (2013)
  • [Elizabeth Fraser]
    My eyes are
    A baptism
    Oh, I am fuse
    And sing her
    Into my thoughts
    Oh, phantom elusive thing

    [Jeff Buckley]
    Oh, all flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    But here is one
    Here is one

    [both]
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    But here is one

    [Buckley]
    Keep it going in me, wicked traveler
    Fading farther from me
    With your face in my window glow
    Oh, where will you weep for me
    Sweet willow

    [Fraser]
    It's OK to be angry
    But not to hurt me
    Your happiness,
    Yes, yes, yes
    Darling, darling, darling

    [both]
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    All flowers in time bend towards the sun
    I know you say that there's no one for you
    But here is one
    But here is one
    But here is one

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