Category: DAMIEN RICE

The Blowers Daughter – Damien Rice

Just like you said it would be Life goes easy on me Most of the time And so it is The shorter story No love, no glory No hero in her sky I can’t take my eyes off of you I can’t take my eyes off you I can’t take my eyes off of you […]

Sleep Don’t Weep – Damien Rice

Your face is all wet and your day was rough So do what you must do to find yourself Wear another shoe, paint my shelf Those times that I was broke, and you stood strong I think I found a place where I… Sleep, don’t weep, my sweet love Your face is all wet ’cause […]

Rootless Tree – Damien Rice

They say be true, don’t stay in your bed We do what we need to be free And it leans on me like a rootless tree What I want from us is empty our minds We fake the thoughts, and fracture the times We go blind when we’ve needed to see And this leans on […]

The Professor – Damien Rice

Cause she’s only just gone Here’s to another relationship Bombed by excellent breed of gamete disease I’m sure when I’m older I’ll know what that means Cried when she should and she laughed when she could Here’s to the man with his face in the mud And an overcast play just taken away From the […]

Older Chests – Damien Rice

Like a crack in a wall Starting small, and grow in time And we always seem to need the help Of someone else To mend that shelf Too many books Read me your favourite line Papa went to other lands And he found someone who understands The ticking, and the western man’s need to cry […]

Coconut Skins – Damien Rice

And show her how you cry Explain to her your weakness So she understands And then roll over and die You can brave decisions Before you crumble up inside Spend your time asking everyone else’s permission Then run away and hide Or you can sit on chimneys Put some fire up your ass No need […]