November 12, 2015

Lyrics

I saw her there from afar
Her hair gray charcoal, takes a drag from her tar
I kissed her a smile but her blood-red shot eye
Said the son never shines on closed doors

It's been eight long years since I saw
The woman who's labored since the day I was born
These wrinkles now face to that cold, dark, damp place
Where the son never shines on closed doors

She said the son never shines on closed doors
I open to find only hurricanes blow
Take me away to the green fields of May
Because the son never shines on closed doors

Death comes like a thief in the night
To steal while you sleep the soul's flickering light
Well, maybe it's then, she said, I'll see you again
Because the son never shines on closed doors

She said the son never shines on closed doors
I open to find only hurricanes blow
Take me away to the green fields of May
Because the son never shines on closed doors

And we all go the same way home
Yeah, we all go the same way home

Yeah, we all go the same way home
Yeah, we all go the same way home
Yeah, we all go the same way home
Yeah, we all go the same way home

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