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Flower days have to wait
Sunshine through the filtered haze
We settle down and wonder
About the rhymes we've known since nine
How they've changed the way we see

In the dark you and me
We could feel but not see
And we were so young
And we were in need
But we just couldn't care
In the time of blue leaves

Through the door open wide
Well we put aside our only pride
And we settle down our hunger

In the dark you and me
We could feel but not see
And we were so young
And we were in need
But we just couldn't care
In the time of blue leaves

Baby in that night
Gently by the firelight
Well we settle down to dream
Beyond the walls and beyond the seams
I see my love in green

In the dark you and me
We could fell but not see
And we were so young
And we were in need
But we just couldn't care
In the time of blue leaves

And we were so young
And we were in need
But we just couldn't care
In the time of blue leaves



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