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David (Nothing Left)


by Glen Phillips. Buy album CD: Other Songs A - W


Curious the smile
Tenuous the hold
Embarrassed and uncertain
We enfold
His hands are held together
So it looks just like he praying
But they've never once been answered
And so he's only waiting
Every single word he says
Seems to last a minute
And the faces in between
Last for hours so it seems
And five times he tries
To light his cigarette
But he's shaking so damn badly
The closest he can get
Is a spark, and a breath
Then nothing left

A crucifix on every wall
Forsaking, unforgiving all
Home denied his vision
Drowned in superstition
He burned the walls with acid
So that he could see past them
With a burning rage, a gasping breath
Then nothing left

Saw our games and could not play them
No escaping curious David




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Album: Other Songs A - W Lyrics
cd Buy "Other Songs A - W" CD
  1. A Joyful Noise
  2. Always Returning
  3. Be careful
  4. Better Off Here
  5. Blindsight
  6. Chapel perilous
  7. Dad's Song (Garage)
  8. David (Nothing Left)
  9. Departure
  10. Didn't Think You Cared
  11. Everything But You
  12. Everything Matters
  13. Far away
  14. Forget About Me
  15. Gabriel
  16. Garage
  17. Have a little fun with me
  18. I Still Love You
  19. Last Sunset
  20. Marigolds
  21. Radio
  22. Sake of the world
  23. Something's always wrong
  24. Thank You
  25. The Hole
  26. The Next Day
  27. The Spirit Of Shackleton
  28. Waiting
  29. Wrapped In Water

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