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    The Long Winters / Lyrics

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    "Cinnamon" Lyrics

    The Long Winters

    Sun through the curtains,
    I gave you a sign,
    The birds were all quiet,
    You were so quiet,
    Some hear a call,
    Some are the messengers,
    I thumb through the pictures,
    and know them all.

    They said, "Do you remember when you saw her last"
    I said, "Her skin is cinnamon, her skin is cinnamon."

    I have too many stories, keeping it serious,
    Some are collectores, some keep it straight,
    It was a hospital,
    I was delirious,
    I clung to the stretcher
    and drew them a heart.

    Two gondolas to carry us,
    Grand Via was hillarious,
    St. Paul was there to marry us,
    We lied, "We're already married!"

    'Cuz here's proof: we have suntans,
    And I spoke up with my new hands,
    Listen to my car,
    What is it telling us?
    Start...please start..please start.

    Is it spring where you are?
    I waited all winter
    chasing the lamp cords back to the wall,
    It's a plausable scenario:
    I clung the the stretcher,
    I drew them a heart.
    This song was last modified on November 28th, 2016.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd..
    Written by John Roderick.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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