SnowBlind

Album: Night of Hunters (2011)
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  • Some get snowblind
    With the daylight
    But then with the night
    For once see clearly

    Through fox's eyes
    I've been watching you
    How do you free your mind
    So that you're not confined
    By our concept
    Of what we call time

    Follow me
    Call me
    Annabelle

    Some get snowblind
    With the daylight
    But then with the night
    For once see clearly

    I will
    Follow you
    Annabelle

    Just imagine him
    There upon that hill
    Over three thousand years
    From now 'til then

    A key fragment
    Of you and him

    And what I must now
    Bring back
    I'm wondering
    Were you giants
    Or friends
    Even the more again
    Lovers or enemies
    One or all of these Writer/s: TORI ELLEN AMOS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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