Made of caviar and gold, I build a bridge into your world
I could lay down, lay down at your bare feet
And be the guardian of your shoes
But I would never, never write you a song
I leave your world all in parts, but I will not open my heart
Then I ask you about, I ask you about all the rain clouds here
You say they are here since you were born
But I will never, never write you a song

What would I give to be
A fish in your sea
Someone stole your shoes
While you went swimming alone
When you asked me I just said
One she was gone with the wind
One gone with the wind
One gone with the stars

And at home on my shelf, I placed one of your shoes
The other one I took, the other one I took and I burned it down
I was sure you'd never visit my place
And me, I'd never, ever write you a song

One gone with the wind
One gone with the stars

When you knocked on my door, I let you in straight away
And you saw your shoe and you smelled the ashes
and you took your leave
Saying that you'd never ever come back
And me I should never write you a song
You said it was justified, I think it is just not right
When you put your heart into a pair of shoes
And then my tongue broke loose
And I started writing you this song

You say it is justified
I think it is just not right
To always bet on the winning horse
And then my tongue broke loose
One gone with the wind
One gone with the stars
And me, I was gone with your shoes

released on
Some Recent Songs

running time
4:41

tags
gold, sea, wind, stars