Girl With a Watering Can Lyrics

maudlin of the Well


album: Track 7 in album Bath
release date: 2001-7
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length: 8:45

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I squandered my youth for a wither'd (bitter) hour;
All I ever wanted was a simple you.
Real love is dying for a phantasy.

I held all of Heaven dead in my arms,
And in one moment, I knew all of Hell.

Nothing but a body, naked, beaten,
The wreck of a soul, amidst thorns bleeding.
Bitterness is all God hath created;
A proud king among the failures of dreams.

I believe one love could be worth a life,
For life I would have burn'd myself away--
For nothing, life hath left me burning alone.

Girl, know that time leaves dust on my scars;
When the moment has pass'd, thousands will die.
I will remember when ghosts were mighty,
And I will laugh and catch my own tears.

In a perfect garden, all flowers flourish,
In this real garden, my flower knows thirst.
I don't think I can lift my face to the sun again.
I don't think I can look at your face again
And feel.
You were my everything, and you took
It all away.

Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 The Blue Ghost / Shedding Qliphoth
  • 2 They Aren’t All Beautifull
  • 3 Heaven and Weak
  • 4 Interlude 1
  • 5 The Ferryman
  • 6 Marid’s Gift of Art
  • 7 Girl With a Watering Can
  • 8 Birth Pains of Astral Projection
  • 9 Interlude 2
  • 10 Geography