Elliott Smith

Elliott Smith - New Disaster

If your love were taken from me

Every color would be black and white

It would be as flat as the world before Columbus

That's the day that I lose half my sight

If your life were taken from me

All the trees would freeze in this cold ground

It would be as cruel as the world before Columbus

Sail to the edge and I'd be there looking down

Those men who lust for land

And for riches strange and new

Who love those trinkets of desire

Oh they never will have you

And they'll never know the gold

Or the copper in your hair

How could they weigh the worth

Of you so rare

If your love were taken from me

Every light that's bright would soon go dim

It would be as dark as the world before Columbus

Down the waterfall and I'd swim over the brim

Those men who lust for land

And for riches strange and new

Who love those trinkets of desire

Oh they will never have you

And they'll never know the gold

Or the copper in your hair

How could they weigh the worth

Of you so rare

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