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Posted on November 29, 2013, under A Fine Frenzy.
If we were children I would bake you a mud pie Warm and brown beneath the sun Never learned to climb a tree but I would try Just to show you what I’d done Oh what I wouldn’t do If I had you, babe, I had you Oh what I wouldn’t do If I had you, babe If I were old, my dearest, you would be older But I would crawl upon your lap
Wrap a blanket round our frail little shoulders And I’d die happily like that Oh what I wouldn’t do If I had you, babe, I had you Oh what I wouldn’t do If I had you, babe, if I had you So lace your hands round the small of my back and I will kiss you like a king I will be your bride, I’ll keep you warm at night I will sing, I will sing It was now and we were both in the same place Didn’t know how to say the words With my heart ticking like a bomb in a birdcage I left before someone got hurt ‘Cause it was what I wouldn’t do If I had you, babe, I had you It was what I wouldn’t do When I had you, babe, when I had you
Posted on June 6, 2010, under A Fine Frenzy.
|“I never want to see you unhappy. I thought you’d want the same for me. Goodbye, my almost lover. Goodbye, my hopeless dream. I’m trying not to think about you. Can’t you just let me be?”