Orphans Lyrics

Goodbye circus wheel, may you rest along the seas
Well I have given you the fire of my youth and the triumph o're my enemies
And goodbye fair weather home, and your faithless factories
I have given you the blood and the truth, from the wounds they laid onto me
And whatever they left, I kept it for my own heart

And the lonesome understand, with the choirs in my head
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of regret, my baby
And on and on and on, how the alphabet boys carry on
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of those songs

And now my lights they never go down, they waltz the moon and stars for me now
So you can find some local libertine, to take your daughters out on the town
And I could feel it in my aging bones, how the sound of the rain mixes up
And filled the fountains where I drank my hero's blood
So I left you to find my very own hat full of rain

And the lonesome understand, with the choirs in my head
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of regret, my baby
And on and on and on, how the alphabet boys carry on
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of those songs

And now I'm trying to keep it straight, learning all the streets and the alleyways
And learning where they lead now that I'm left alone here to drive
But it's so hard to stand on your own, against mirror of glass hard and cold
But the clothes I wore just don't fit my soul anymore
No the clothes I wore just don't fit my soul anymore

And the lonesome understand, with the choirs in my head
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of regret, my baby
And on and on and on, how the alphabet boys carry on
We were orphans before, we were ever the sons of your songs

When we were young, we were diamond Sinatras
Like something I saw in a dream
We kept our secrets in rooms, locked up tight like a tomb
Where the ballerinas lay

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