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I saw her there from afar Takes a drag from her tar Her hair grey charcoal But her blood red shot eye I kissed her a smile Said the son never shines on closed doors It's been eight long years since I saw The woman who's labored Since the day I was born To that cold dark damp place These wrinkles now face Where the son never shines on closed doors I open to find only hurricanes blow She said the son never shines on closed doors Take me away back to the green fields of May Because the son never shines on closed doors The soul's flickering licght To steal while you sleep Death comes like a theif in the night Well maybe it's then She said, I'll see you again Because the son never shines on closed doors I open to find only hurricanes blow Take me away back to the green fields of May She said the son never shines on closed doors Because the son never shines on closed doors And we all go the same way home Yeah we all go the same way home



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    lowparfooJan 15, 2009 at 7:03 pm
    Bout his mother, how scared he was to see her after not seeing her in 8 years, his fear that she would be sick and or dying.

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