Pale Horse

Album: Oceania (2012)
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  • If I was
    I'd turn back
    Give up all my reasons
    Forget the past

    You think I'd swallow
    Bearing the weight of the ceilings
    Just to stop and [ask?]

    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein

    They give you this
    They take away that
    Fluorescein

    They'll be no rallies
    They'll be no long last
    Empty on the inside
    Running out of the last protests
    Standing by the feeling of an end

    [stowaway or slow away?] [lights or life?]
    Runaway [love or life?]

    When they lit you up
    You shut me out
    They gave me the keys so I could show you around
    But we were not around
    Ominous of a day dream of a cottage [abound?]
    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein
    Fluorescein

    They give you this
    They take away that
    Fluorescein

    They'll be no rallies
    They'll be no long last ...
    Coming [or cutting?] out of the spotlight
    Running out of the last protests
    Standing by the feelings of an end

    [stowaway or slow away?] [lights or life?]
    Runaway [love or life?]

    Please come back
    Please come back
    Please come back, pale horse
    Please come back
    Please come back
    Please come back, pale horse

    Please come back
    Please come back
    Please come back, pale horse

    Please come back
    Please come back
    Please come back, pale horse

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