Kashka from baghdad (demo) by Kate Bush
Kashka from Baghdad
Lives in sin, they say,
With another man,
But no one knows who.
Dark lights at night.
No one thinks there's life inside at all,
That there's life inside at all.
Except for the ladies who clean the house,
Except for the men who put the garbage out.
Never go for walks.
Maybe it's because
The moon's not bright enough.
They're blind in love, you see.
I watch their shadows,
Tall and slim,
In the window opposite.
I long to be with them.
What would I do if I were seen?
What would I do if they knew my feelings?