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Something in her eyes is luminous
An enormous surprise, she's darker than I,
She's a fairy-like cat into the night
A tune in her hair's reflecting white
She's touching my hands through the forgotten lands
A kiss won't be so bright again

Horses and gnomes in the Madness Home
By the sky
Glowin'n'blowin' I felt like a clown when I saw'em
By the light
For certain, through the window I saw you looking at the mirror
By the moonlight (so that's my story…)

Gazin' at her, I've been underneath her
Curtain of pearls, turning bright she appears
Fading night around her, right where she stands
But otherwise, comparing me twice with her
I realized who's, instead of her eyes,
Handlin'n'rulin' Twilight and I'm wondering why

Horses and gnomes in the Madness Home
By the sky
Glowin'n'blowin' I felt like a clown when I saw'em
By the light
For certain, through the window I saw you looking at the mirror
By the moonlight (so that's my story…)



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