Josiah and the Bonnevilles - Emily Lyrics
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    Emily

    Where will you be when the day is done?
    Out on the edge the world where the seas buries the sun
    When your mind is sick and the words won't come
    Will you be alone?
    Losing your sorrow in the arms of another man

    Won't you bring yourself back home to me?
    All your worries, all your dirty tea
    Won't you bring yourself back home to me?
    All your thoughts act badly in your mind
    The one place you know you can never leave

    Yes and how does it feel when you're looking out?
    Over the edge of the world, breathing smoke into your mouth
    And when you took the best pages and you tore them out
    I know you only rewrite now
    But I'm still dreaming about

    You bringing yourself home to me
    All your moving and your dying dreams
    Won't you bring yourself back home to me?
    All your things, packed badly in your bag
    Where will it leave you Emily?

    All your fathers doubts and your mothers eyes
    That full dress that doesn't cover your thighs
    All the living hell that you rain your your mind
    I will swim in the made up lake of fire

    So where will you be when the day is done?
    I will follow you down til the sky drowns the sun
    Oh my legs they are hurting from the miles you have run
    Will you be alone?
    'Cause here I come

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