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Saturday, 18 September 2010 15:12

Flowers

by Siberian Fastfood, from the album "Anything That Sells"


just in case that you dont know
I try to keep you out there
how could I bother with myself
a friend indeed and keep her
I give you more than you deserve
its getting more and more absurd
just in case that you dont mind

I try to reach you out there
as I believe and drop a line
without a touch and further
I give you more than you demand
I lay myself into your hand

I try to tell you that I see it raining
on the flowers that grow in my yard
the sun is wearing a beautiful smile
but it is really really breaking my heart
I see myself in the pouring rain
of all the tears that are still to be shed
but I cant tell you that I see it raining
but it is really really really sad

just in case that you can’t see
I dragged myself up to my feet
I’m so scared and bitter sweet
a thought of you, memories
I give you more than you deserve
its getting more and more absurd

I try to tell you that I see it raining
on the flowers that grow in my yard
the sun is wearing a beautiful smile
but it is really really breaking my heart
I see myself in the pouring rain
f all the tears that are still to be shed
ut I cant tell you that I see it raining
and it is really really really sad

I try to tell you that I see it raining
on the flowers that grow in my yard
the sun is wearing a beautiful smile
but it is really really breaking my heart

I see myself in the pouring rain
of all the tears that are still to be shed
but I cant tell you that I see it raining
and that is really really really sad
You don’t know what it’s like, please stop the rain
You don’t know what it’s like, please dry the land

I see myself in the pouring rain
of all the tears that are still to be shed
but I cant tell you that I see it raining
and that is really really really sad
You don’t know what it’s like, please stop the rain
You don’t know what it’s like, please dry the land

 

(c) by Siberian Fastfood, Christoph Platz

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