Ramble Lyrics

Jack Frost


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Grant William Mclennan, Steve Kilbey
album: Track 12 in album Jack Frost
release date: 1991
popularity : 7 users have visited this page.
genres: Electronic Rock Folk, World, & Country
styles: Alternative Rock/Rock & Roll/Avantgarde/New Wave/Post Rock/Ambient
length: 6:12

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The very second time I walked in this room
You knew that I was gone
And just the way the sun slanted in
Made it all seem wrong
I know you say you love me
And somewhere I think that you do
I love all the tricks you've shown me
I'll cut myself in two
It's coming on again
So I saw the newspaper that had burnt in the fire
The headlines were rain
Go walk outside and clear my head
Down on Albion Lane
I know you live around here somewhere
As I scan the sky
I know that you sleep around here somewhere
Where it's warm and dry
On Saturday afternoon the crowds rolled in clouds
Ignored the rumors of war
We drink a toast to auld lang syne
Stretched out on the floor
I know you'll never remember
And it's better that way
Let this wine take your memory
Of everything before today


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Every Hour God Sends
  • 2 Birdowner (As Seen on T.V.)
  • 3 Civil War Lament
  • 4 Geneva 4 a.m.
  • 5 Trapeze Boy
  • 6 Providence
  • 7 Thought That I Was Over You
  • 8 Threshold
  • 9 Number Eleven
  • 10 Didn't Know Where I Was
  • 11 Even as We Speak
  • 12 Ramble
  • 13 Everything Takes Forever