Guestbook Playlists
Obnov stránku
Desktop verze
Horní menu

The Leaning Tree - lyrics


Scattered relics of your love Just lyin 'round your dusty room
Bearing old souls, old men, old scars, dissonant wallow of guitars
Burnin' off Indian sun on the water barges hung
Through the bay window panes, covers maginify and brings

Sleepy poet's perfect dream, pastel homes along the sea
This I would, this I will: leave to join you in the hills
For you I would, for you I will leave this for the auburn hills
Find your old peeling house, find you out there…
Hear the owl call from the trees, smell the midnight forest breeze
Shield you from this dark and night, wake you in the morning

You came to me in a dream walking down the path by the cold, icy stream
The white of the snow, coating the past, in the sierra when a time you disappeared
You left me alone. And the old master room in my mountain home
And I called for you so many times and longed for one more day with you in my life
And I longed for one more day with you in my life
I see you there in my dreams, your poise is perfect, that of a statue as queen

Your beautiful hair, your ocean blue eyes; You bear the depth of your losses inside and I begged of you so many times, forgive me once and for all for all of my lies, to forgive me once and for all for all of my lies

Oh mommy, the leaning tree like a diamond
As we pass the long dead grass, thirsty in the sun
Memories rest beyond the broken fence. Let their spirits be
The birds have left their mother's nest on the roses' thorns
There they swing over the bleach-white grain, sprawled over the hill

Lyrics was added by Sigur

Videos was added by Sigur

Admiral Fell Promises

Sun Kil Moon lyrics