We used to play, pretend and fight You made me live in your doll house Telling me stories loud at night To keep me from their violent cries.
I carry every image of you Up in our mountain, made for us two Down in the park Where we could hide From tears and things that hurt so bad.
Now I know love is a sword And together is a lonely word I will fly away again Trying to feel free in the end.
You told me once, sweet Clementine, I needed suns in my lifetime. Tell me your dreams in the morning Sing near the ocean when storm is coming Amuse with your silly dances Hold me strongly, take my fears.
I never had to read your palm It was all written in our souls And if you need to go alone Do as you wish, be on your own.
Now you know love is a trip And together does exist Go ahead, forget our past And keep in mind hope dies last I told you once, sweet Clementine, You needed suns in your lifetime.