Pieces

Album: The Place We Ran From (2010)
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  • I see her from the deep garden
    And her hair is soaking wet
    The bedroom light is flickering
    To the pounding of your heart
    You close your eyes and count to ten
    When they open you're still
    Slow your breathing down to meet
    All the shadows and the ghosts
    Pieces of your heart collapse
    To the sound of beating drums
    You can't contain it anymore so just let the madness come
    There's something in the way she moves that just terrorises you
    You try to piece confusing clues together in your head

    I see you there, shining like a beacon
    (Fabric tears) Fabric tears
    My love burns for you
    (The end of me) The end of me is in there with you right now
    (Car engine) Car engine, still too hot to touch.

    You're married to her in your mind
    And she loves you like a son
    Yearning for a place in time
    And a hope to call your own
    Smashed into you hard enough
    That you will not soon forget
    He wants her like a sword and sheild
    And he wants her here and now

    I see you there
    You are my only empire
    (Call your name) I call your name but it becomes the wind
    (A subtle urge) A subtle urge, a quickening of footfalls
    (Bible held) A Bible held above me like an axe. Writer/s: Garret Noel Lee, Gary Lightbody, Iain Denis Archer, Peter Lawrence Buck, Richard William Colburn, Scott Mccaughey, Troy Baker Stewart
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, DistroKid, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group, Universal Music Publishing Group
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