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Billy Corgan – Sorrows lyrics

First touch and listen
I light the light
She'll come in blushes
So I must hide
Make sure on pages
We never die

(in blue) there's changes that never stray
False starts that draw the shine of rage
I touch the face of my own age
Cause nothing yet has blessed me yet from

Come what may
It's here I must wait
To keep the dogs at bay
Ok? ok

Under a moment your eyes turned blue
I choose to love you and never lose
Stay true and sign the cross in you
(slain by Cain)

Dear love, come what may
Let fear charge the gates
I'm here, I'm here, I'm here,
Here to stay
Ok, ok

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    Billy Corgan continues to be my favorite poet. "She'll come in blushes..." what gorgeous wording!
    I can personally relate to, "Make sure on pages, we never die" because it very simply is the slogan of every writer.
    The only thing that detracts from the quality of his poetry is the repetition of the word, "sorrow, sorrow, sorrow..." which I believe to be distracting because it's too simple, too bland for Billy. He sometimes does that, which is irritating. But then the 90% of every other strings of words he speaks, speaks to me, and that is why I have always loved his craft and always will.

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