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Laura Gibson – Domestication lyrics
[Verse 1]
Once again, I've been alone too long
I arrived, thistle-strung
Built a body from the bone you throw on
I was cold, I let my hair grow wild
I shook the dust from my boots
I hid my teeth beneath the honey jar

[Verse 2]
I was born in woman's clothes
Shadow-stain, blue and gray
Tore a hole in every dress I made
Knit our limbs and trimmed the ivy back
You saw me lie in your bed
You saw my hunger
Called it tenderness

[Chorus]
Take me gently
Make me into somebody easy
Fables speak and needles stitch
Oh, I only wanted to be easy

[Verse 3]
Call to all the low and snowless ones
Ever dark, ever quiet
Never barking out loud
I'll be gone before the dawn kicks up
I have no patience left
Won't tuck my tongue into my mouth

[Chorus]
Take me gently
Make me into somebody easy
Fables speak and needles stitch
Oh, I only wanted to be easy
Ah, to be easy

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