Wartime Lovers
Lyrics Rose Windows

Written by: Chris Cheveyo

Produced by: Randall Dunn

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As the wheels all turn, and the noon sun burns
A story rolls off this tongue, it extols
The miles between, your son, your child
Remember the days when he was young, wild, and alive

This evening brought his end, his time
No tears from grief, just a virgin for his shrine
A floral wreath and the shame for his crimes
Remember the days when he was young, wild, and alive

Across these wide oceans, smoke blacks out innocent days
So old misers can cash out in places they pray and prey...
So gently escape or let them live on in you

He sang this song to young olive eyes
And took her hand across the burning sands
From desert plains they moved, so young, so wild and alive
They were raised to believe the sea would dry before they died

Across these wide oceans, smoke blacks out innocent days
So old misers can cash out in places they pray and prey...
So gently escape and let them live on in you.

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