Beloved

I Are Toady on October 21, 2011 22:30

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    a love song. twisted.

    LYRICS:
    there's a rhythm in your heartbeat
    beats so pretty when you're terrified
    signs of grace in the lines of your face
    i saw that night when he made you cry
    be mine
    you pour my coffee at the diner
    send me signals every day
    it's become hard to leave you
    now i know i have to take you away
    you will be loved
    this room is your home now
    in time it'll feel just right
    there's a bed and a photograph
    of a rainbow in black and white
    be mine
    this room is your own now
    you make it yours with a special light
    no candle, no lightbulb
    you know you glow like the moon at night
    be my beloved
    i can see our bodies moving
    have you ever danced a waltz?
    you can wear my mother's dress
    i can stand so straight and tall
    we can dance like cause and consequence
    loss and the sorrow spent, our pain and our tears
    we can rise like fish in the morning time
    charging straight at the line to swallow our fears
    you are my world and you know it's true
    and that harm for you was never what i meant
    pain is just your weakness leaving you
    and these bruises, they just serve to compliment
    there's a still in this room now
    you haven't spoken in several weeks
    this room seems dull now
    now that the color has left your cheeks
    be mine
    please believe me when i tell you
    of all the others, you were the best
    i can see that you're tired
    we'll find you someplace nice to rest
    be my beloved.

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