The Animals Were Gone Lyrics

Artist: Damien Rice

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Damien Rice - The Animals Were Gone

Woke up and for the first time
the animals were gone
It's left this house empty now
not sure if I belong
Yesterday you asked me
to write you a pleasant song
I'll do my best now
but you've been gone for so long
The window's open now
and the winter settles in
We'll call it Christmas
when the adverts begin
I love your depression
and I love your double chin
I love 'most everything
that you bring to this offering
Oh I know that I left you
in places of despair
Oh I know that I love you
so please throw down your hair
At night I trip without you
and hope I don't wake up
'Cause waking up without you
is like drinking from an empty cup
Woke up and for the first time
the animals were gone
Our clocks are ticking now
so before our time is gone
We could get a house
and some boxes on the lawn
We could make babies
and accidental songs
I know I've been a liar
and I know I've been a fool
I hope we didn't break yet
but I'm glad we broke the rules
My cave is deep now
yet your light is shining through
I cover my eyes, still all I see is you
Oh I know that I left you
in places of despair
Oh I know that I love you
so please throw down your hair
At night I trip without you
and hope I don't wake up
'Cause waking up without you is
like drinking from an empty cup

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