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Sunflower


by Codeseven. Buy album CD: Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds


If you're wondering why she's not calling anymore, it's cause you bring her back to the place that she feels she belongs, with the kiss of a fly and you're crying on the phone, it's cause you can't get back down from space and you're floating alone, so far from home, so far from here, sunflower lawn, sunflower disappear, my god what have we done, oh my god what have we done, like the leaves in the trees all the answers falling down, little bug in the stream lets the rainwater wash her away, to the edge of the earth, where she reaches hollow ground, let the buzz of her wings make a song that we all want to play, the stone that she's been under, all the phones will drown no wonder, it rang and no-one answered, now you're stranded, so far from home, so far from here, sunflower alone, sunflower disappear, my god what have we done, oh my god what have we done, i've been swallowed up by light, and i've lost my wings used to fly, just like little bees in a hive, we'll always need a queen to survive, so far from home, so far from here, with a little bit of hope, you see a little light appear, so far from home, sunflower disappear, my god what have we done, oh my god what have they done, oh my god what have they done.




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Album: Dancing Echoes/Dead Sounds (2004) Lyrics
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  1. All The Best Dreams
  2. Nasty Little Revolution
  3. Pathetic Justice
  4. Shalo
  5. Sunflower

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