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The Wallpaper Singers - Born There Lyrics

  • Please don't be a memory sad sister in my dream
  • of buried things and wedding rings and bones under the dirt inside my hands
  • don't ever bring me here again
  • I am coming after you dark stranger in my room
  • I laid the blankets on the floor and looked into the space under the bed
  • Where everything alive is nearly dead
  • and cold
  • I am not an enemy strange spider in the tree
  • I climbed to see my house from somewhere else before I'm swallowed up again
  • and I wont ever be your friend
  • come and keep me company old electricity
  • and light up all your bulbs to paint the walls on all the open window glass
  • Until we're all alone at last
  • and glow
  • When the brown and growing grass, sang their stories to my back
  • I saw the pictures in the air and when I die I'm going there
  • All of us are going there
  • Please hold a place for me new mother in my dream
  • in everything that ever is then ever was then ever is again
  • and I will take it at the end of all
  • When I found the crawling creek
  • I saw myself inside a tree
  • and climbed until I found the air
  • and all of us were born there

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