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(Patrick Kelly, Julia McConahay, Sugar Ransom) Performed by: Sugar Ransom - lead vocal, rhythm guitar / Julia McConahay - violin, harmony vocals / Patrick Kelly - bass

Lyrics

You turned the lights off
And you cut the phone lines
You never left me alone
When you got influenza
Thought I turned against ya
And poisoned your blueberry scone

The shadows in all your corners
Are flourishing in our home
The roots grow down through the foundation stone
The rafters they groan

You say I can’t deny you
‘Cause I stood beside you
And promised to have and to hold
But the kindness between us diminishes
You should get used to being alone

The shadows in all your corners
Are flourishing in our home
The roots grow down through the foundation stone
The rafters they groan

With sunny weather
I’m stretching my feathers
And cracking my tiny bones
The wind can direct you
But I can’t protect you
You gotta do this on your own

The shadows in all your corners
Are flourishing in your home
The roots grow down through the foundation stone
The rafters they groan

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