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Any Love (cassandra Et Lune) Lyrics

Album Name : Soft Commands
Release Date : 2004-07-13
Song Duration : 4:38

Ken Stringfellow Any Love (cassandra Et Lune)


Cassandra for the sunrise century
Taking the moon in her bed like a lover
Letting him leave her
Taking no others
Watching the tides as they fill up her eyes
She says that she's not upset
She says that loneliness is worse than regret

We have to wonder
What she meant
When she told us
Any love is good enough

The sun comes to her on the windowsill
She meets him there. He says
'Come ride on my flaming hands
By tomorrow we'll be painting the horizons
With the gold streaks of a good goodbye
What would the Moon suspect?
He only sees the clouds that slither by his head'

We have to wonder
What she meant
When she told us
Any love is good enough

'Could heaven keep the light on so I can keep my eye on
you?
You and only you
And follow you as far as I can go'
There's a break in the trees the Moon is shining
through
She rolls down the window and says 'Is it you? Is it
you?'
Gravity turned him
Comets had burned him, too
She splashes the river to move his reflection
She says 'Could heaven keep the light on
So god can keep his eye on you?
You and only you
And follow you as far as you can go'

We had to wonder
What she meant
When she told us
Any love is good enough

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