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The Decemberists - Song For Myla Goldberg Lyrics

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  • Myla Goldberg sets a steady hand upon her brow
  • Myla Goldberg hangs a crooked foot all upside down
  • It comes around it comes around
  • It comes around it comes around
  • Pretty hands do pretty things when pretty times arise
  • Seraphim and seaweed swim where stick-limbed Myla lies
  • It comes around it comes around
  • It comes around it comes around
  • Still now you're waiting to grow
  • Inside you're old
  • Sew wings to your pigeon toes
  • Put paper to pen
  • to spell out "Eliza"
  • We begin with sticky shins make sticky then our shoes
  • Shoes beget to clothes and hat 'til sticky's sticking too
  • Finiculi finicula finiculi finicula
  • Listen in as shin-kicked Jim relates his story sad
  • About a boy who kicked until his shins were all but rubberbands
  • But now
  • I know New York I need New York
  • I know I need unique New York
  • Still now you're waiting to grow
  • Inside you're old
  • Sew wings to your pigeon toes
  • Put paper to pen
  • to spell out "Eliza"
  • Eliza
  • Eliza

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