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April 5Th lyrics

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Talk Talk – April 5Th lyrics

(Mark Hollis / Tim Friese-Greene)

Here she comes
Silent in her sound
Here she comes
Fresh upon the ground

Come gentle spring
Come at winter's end
Gone is the pallow from a promise that's nature's gift

Waiting for the colour of spring
Let me breathe
Let me breathe the colour of spring

Here she comes
Laughter in her kiss
Here she comes
Shame upon her lips

Come wanton spring
Come for birth you live
Youth takes it's bow before the summer the seasons bring

Waiting for the colour of spring
Let me
Let me breathe
Let me breathe you
Let me breathe
Let me breathe you
Let me breathe

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    I'm looking at the liner notes from the cd, and they're maddening small; apparently in hollis's handwriting, but tiny. Sure looks like "pallour" to me, which seems like a misspelling of pallor. Possibly he was thinking of "colour" when he wrote it, so the extra you slipped in. Whatever. With or without a word by word understanding of this song (or any of his others), it's moving, beautiful, better every time I hear it.

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