Lost In The Trees - "Golden Eyelids"





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Published on Apr 12, 2012

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"Golden Eyelids" by Lost In The Trees from their new album 'A Church That Fits Our Needs,' available now! Order at http://www.anti.com/store


As a color she'll rise
From the water
A golden light
Wanders with
The birds

Where have you been?
What have you seen?
All the peace
When you come

I'll tell it's worth it all

Your voice sings red
Behind your golden eyelids
Are drawers of your hair
But no tears now that
Your cancer is fed
Your soul shielded
Your voice sings red

My twins were born
Far too early
Cut out and laid
In a bed of heat

Lead me from this dark house
With your gold fingers
Turned this wicked touching
Into a golden church

Please tell me it's worth it all

Your heart beats red
Behind your golden eyelids
Float with birds in your hair
No words
That your mouth left unread
My arms are your bed
Your heart beats red

You have such a good heart
For wandering
Al the peace when I come following

You told me it was worth it all

My eyes see red
Behind your golden eyelids
Beyond the last words you said
I'll follow
All my flown away kids
Let your arms be our beds
And my eyes see red

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    • A Church That Fits Our Needs
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