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lyrics

Closing time, suffering another silent red tide
Down by the bridge and bride
Oh, where to begin, what started with
Fairhurst’s vision came cardinal sin
In the howling wind

A north east cove where the fallen run
But the flag is flown
The crane once rose to flourish
On this midnight shore

Ploughing through her youth, skirting streets
To fleeting arms that once warmed you
Now a noose around you
Troubled water blue, her breath evaporates
Below the pink, pink moon as she gives out to

A north east cove where the fallen run
But the flag is flown
The crane once rose to flourish
On this midnight shore

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from Language of Faint Theory, released June 2, 2014

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