Saturday, September 12, 2015

Merry Widow - Song Lyrics from the 90s

Song Lyrics from the 90s+

Merry Widow
by Julie Gengo


The cradle rocks desperately  
And you break down
While the merry widow sleeps
You break down, break down

You ramble on all alone
But your pockets aren’t sewn
And there ain’t nothing left
You can’t buy your lifeline with it
Or a place called home

(Guitar Break)

How reckless abandonment
That has raped your soul dry

Could still exist
There is no pride

Or a lullaby called home
And you still can’t reach
But your hands are untied
So you can’t complain
And they taught you not to ever speak again
Speak again

The light seems so pale
Reflecting off your skin
As deep as your despair
Penetrating within

And you break down
And you break down
And you break down
And you break down

And their ain’t nothing left
You can’t buy your lifeline

Or a place called home
And you still can’t reach
But your hands are untied
So you can’t complain
And they taught you not to ever speak again
Speak again
Speak again
Speak again
Speak again
Speak, speak again…..


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