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lyrics

If I close my eyes quickly
I won't see your face change
as you think of the reasons
you won't try to stay
let me reclaim the moment before
illusion's fade
let's just be silent
silence stay
let there be silence
silent we'll remain

You'll grow grey while I stay frozen
in time we'll disappear
ever changing in a slow decay
too slow to see with our naked eye
too slow to feel, too slow to hear you
so slowly we decay
If I don't look then you can't show me
the distance that's grown here
it holds us hostage,
since once you say it
the words will start to break apart
all that we've built here

In a moment alone
no distractions to shield me
I wait in the stillness
I sense that the fear will fade away
just sit in silence one more day
let me have silence one more day

I can feel the chill of what's to come
when your words fall tumbling out
but I take a breath just before you speak
and I lay resistance down
let the words hold me, pull me down
I am cradled in the sound
Cradle me in sound

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from The Beautiful Humming of Ms. Fortune, released May 5, 2015
Alex Guy: vocals, viola, violin
Maria Scherer Wilson: cello
Sam Boshnack: trumpet
Jherek Bischoff: upright bass, beatle bass
Paul Kikuchi: drum set, percussion

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