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Alas Dies Laughing lyrics

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Cocteau Twins – Alas Dies Laughing lyrics

Flaxen, the dress is born
Crush a crushing stone
Tie a starching walls
Wake takes a mumbling form (x2)
Flaxen, the dress is old
Fingers, this dress is tied
Tie a starching walls
Wake takes a mumbling form
Wake takes a mumbling form (x6)
Wake takes a (x8)
Wake takes a mumbling form (x2)
Wake takes a (x8)



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