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She bleeds


by EMF. Buy album CD: Stigma


I met her on a midnight flight
From Mexico to San Delight
I saw her on a top floor bar
That glows flourescent from afar

She's real to me

I have a place for my feelings
Beneath purple colored ceilings
And when I wanted to be free
I says to her to leave me be

She left alone

And she think that tomorrow holds
Things she remembered from the past
Everything she wants
She gets everything she needs
She smiles, she sighs, and she bleeds

I saw her on a railway station
As I pass a faded destination
I saw her smiling in a crowd
When we played some far off distant land

I felt so alone

And she thought you were taking risks
The chances you took would never last
Everything she wants
She gets everything she needs
She smiles, she sighs, and she bleeds

She's real to me

I saw her in an alleyway
Streetlights dim with frustration
She comes at night when I pray
And brings a moment of elation

I see her distant coming near
I almost want her to be here
But when she comes she disappears

I'd wait if I was patient

And you don't know what cages are
Cages don't always have bars
Everything she wants
She gets everything she needs
She smiles, she sighs, and she bleeds

She smiles, she sighs and she bleeds



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Album: Stigma (1991) Lyrics
cd Buy "Stigma" CD
  1. Desperado
  2. I Believe
  3. They're here
  4. Arizona
  5. It's you (that leaves me dry)
  6. Never know
  7. Blue highs
  8. Inside
  9. Getting through
  10. She bleeds
  11. Dog
  12. The light that burns twice as bright

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