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and pony tails

Holding her bones by a fire
Writing the letter she sails
White page turns golder lights
Wanting her one sacrifice

Auburn and ivory
I went to the animal fair,
The birds and the beasts were there,
The big baboon by the light of the moon
Was combing his auburn hair,
The monkey
to silence and anger called to still
And brotherhood and sisterhood surrounded by goodwill

Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land
A breeze upon
[Originally performed by Stillborn]

'o you sweet, little six six sixteen
I'm the saviour of your sisterhood
Stretched thing, held in leash for daddy
I went to the animal fair,
The birds and the beasts were there,
The big baboon by the light of the moon
Was combing his auburn hair,
The monkey
there
Sweet silence and soft auburn hair

Blues gonna dance through the sky
Time's gonna roll soft as rain
Sigh after sigh is gonna pass by and by
Durin's son

If this is to end in fire
Then we should all burn together
Watch the flames climb high into the night
Calling out father, oh, stand by
Let's go down to the Sunset Grill
We can watch the working girls go by
Watch the basket people walk around and mumble
And stare out at the auburn sky
tomorrow's guilty vein
Your auburn hair on a faraway sea wall
Screams across the Pontchartrain
I'm haunted by headlights
And a crescent city breeze
One wrong
at the auburn sky 
There's an old man there from the Old World 
To him, it's all the same 
Calls all his customers by name 

Down at the Sunset Grill 
Down
Originally performed by Stillborn
'o you sweet, little six six sixteen
I'm the saviour of your sisterhood
Stretched thing, held in leash for daddy
to silence and anger called to still
And brotherhood and sisterhood surrounded by goodwill

Christmas like a lullaby steals across the land
A breeze upon
Let the burning bridges tumble down,
Let the water come and flood the ground,
Burn a hole into this auburn sky,
I only wanna be walking by your
She was in the flowery garden when first she caught my eye
And I just a marching soldier she smiled as I passed by
The flowers she held were fresh
One brief feeling, 5 seconds go by. Buzzing of wires. 
Sweater looks a lot like mine. 
Million things to think about, thinking about what I
sisterhoods prayers
Her singing touched Angels and melted their hearts
her choirs inspired the search
For the lost holy grail, the Benedict arts
alive
Cry more cold lady
Perhaps we can find yet our lost life
By sounds of your body
I'll draw from the nude
Taking off the silky
Veil of hell's
that I have to do
Another perfect day for missin' you

Pretty girls, golden tans, passin' by
I just see, your auburn hair, and emerald eyes
But I
(d. sahanaja)



Who is the girl by the railway station lost-and-found?

Her warm coat, eiderdown.

Her eyes are cloaked in auburn combed brown.
[Originally by Dolly Parton]

Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene
I'm begging of you please don't take my man
Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene
Please
She's an auburn-haired girl from a town of Spanish sand, 
And she wades through Junior High with a radio in her hand, 
And she never talks
people runnin like the stop clock is on
We got it poppin in the meat market
Chicks take a seat, park it
By the bar so they can meet the Vick with deep
The first time I laid eyes on you
In that downtown café
How I loved the way your auburn hair
Danced across your face
And looking back at who I was
I
The first time I laid eyes on you
In that downtown café
How I loved the way your auburn hair
Danced across your face
And looking back at who I was
I
So lady be good to me.

Oh lady be good to me.

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