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Pine moon, spoke too song

And black lake, spoke too late

What same words could
These two know?

And ones too deep, the others a glow

And Black lake, lay
Low and wide

Ohh, pine moon, arced across the sky

Well some nights her lights came
On the waves

And some days coals turned up from the bottom

Ohh, Pine
Moon, spoke all a 'scatter

That the stars were all linked

As if that really

You know deep, of the black lake

Could only reach the

If he evaporates

Ooooo, Oooooo, Ooooo, Ooooooo

Oooooo, Ooooo, Ooooooo

Ooooo, Oooooo, Ooooo, Ooooooo

So, thought he lay

And deep he held out

The depths were foundation

To find the rest

As still as well, Mysterious him

She closed her eyes slowly, her
Light he keep dim

She couldn't see how, to give her light to the

Looking up from the depths, he didn't know how to want her

What same things could these two know?

With one so deep, the others a

And what same things could these two know?

When one is so
Deep, the others a glow

Ohhhhhh, Ohhhhhh, Ohhhhhh,

Ohhhhhh, Ohhhhhh,

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