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Requiem For Rosemary

This song is by Matthew Good.

He's been in that room for seven days
Kneeling beside that bed
Waiting for her to come back to him
And the candle in the window
To guide her through the garden
Is growing dim
It's grown dim

And we have taken up residence
On the other side of the door
We're sitting on the floor
Playing Blackjack with the hours
Quilting these sympathy flowers
My guitar casts a shadow
And these words no longer carry
This requiem for Rosemary
This requiem for Rosemary
This requiem for Rosemary

And it grows quiet
It goes deeper than the night
Lost alone waiting for the telephone
He is waiting for the telephone
And the candle in the window
It's to guide her through the garden
Growing dim, she comes back, not to him
But still the music plays
They dance, and the music plays
But these words no longer carry
These words no longer carry
This requiem for Rosemary
This requiem for Rosemary
This requiem for Rosemary
This requiem for Rosemary

She is dancing around the Moon
And he's dancing around the room
Dancing around the room

She is dancing around the Moon
And he's dancing around the room
Dancing around the room

She is dancing around the Moon
And I am dancing around the room
And I'm dancing around the room

Dancing, oh
Dancing, oh

She is dancing around the Moon
And he's dancing around the room
We are dancing around the room

Let the music play
Let the music play

'Caught you laughing

Written by:

Matthew Good

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