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Eric Andersen – A Woman Is A Prism

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исполнитель Eric Andersen

правообладатель Universal Music Group Vanguard Records

жанр Рок

длительность 05:03

размер 11.56 MB

битрейт 320 kbps

загружено Universal Music Group

A Woman Is A Prism
05:03
(Verse 1) A creature of the open skies, that’s how she wants to be Unhampered like the waves and grass That are weaving rhythmically And speaking through her skin she does The language of the leaves Then tripping by the water’s edge like Huckleberry Finn Seeking her reflection, then seeking it again And looking like the flowers do, with no sense of sin (Chorus) But as a woman who looks like timelessness, her I don’t recall But as a lover who just took me now, this one, I do know best of all (Verse 2) She's a child spoken for no one and always full of needs Expecting full attention just to show that she can please She’s a broken promise keeper, wanting so bad to believe In something that would need her much, that could lead her fearlessly Even if it to were a prison dark, she’d give away the keys It if simply took her by the hand and promised not to leave (Chorus) But as a woman who looks like timelessness, her I don’t recall But as a lover who just took me now, this one, yes I do know best of all (Verse 3) A lover with an open mind that thinks of love so free Believing it a rightful thing to be taken openly All except for the lover who’s in her eyes Whom she guards most jealously But always keeping proper distances and happy just as long She is waiting for the moment when she knows her time has come Then she’s patient like a snowflake that’s falling to the sun (Chorus) But as a woman who looks like timelessness, her I don’t recall But as a lover who just took me now, this one, I do know best of all
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