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Sarah Harmer – Oleander lyrics

Oleander, Oleander
Will you bloom again this spring?
I adored you, then I ignored you,
And now to me you're everything
And those white blossoms that you gave freely
Are now just twinkles in your eye
Oh beholder, Oleander,
Grows on the inside.

She will forgive me for I bring water,
A sunny window to sit by
Oleander, I understand her,
She's just waiting for the time,
To say it's alright,
Another season,
Has brought us another chance,
We're together, in this hot weather,
To dance.

Oleander,
I think you'd better,
I think you made it through another winter.

Well nothing has ended, it's all been mended,
It's the way that it should be,
You're coming back, you're coming back,
It was so lonely here just me,
This time no promises of what's to come,
We'll just live it for the day,
Oleander, I see you stand there and I know you'll be okay.

Oleander,
I think you'd better,
I think you made it through another winter.

Oleander,
I think you'd better,
I think you made it trough another winter.



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