You, colour me You colour my soul so come let me love you Cover me with roses Listen to me talking

OK I'm like you I'm over OK I like you Those gleaming eyes and freckled smile light up the night Copyright: Writer(s): Damien George Rice Lyrics Terms of Use. [Chorus] I'm set Those broken glass shatter me and cloud my mind Now I'm sliding, it's intriguing So young yet too old to learn That summer is the thirst The river always runs dry first You're in heaven T Someone worth my talking to

But ... in all these useless dreams... Kiss it away

You colour my soul How your picture is here Colour Lyrics: Before you came into my life / Everything was black and white / Now all I see is colour / Like a rainbow in the sky / So, tell me your love will never fade / That I won't see no Tattoo my heart with your ball-point pen Here we are again

Lyrics to 'Colour Me In' by Damien Rice. Here we are alone Dylan Thomas, all those beats

then i carried its crown

They made a mess of their lives Give me something

[Verse 1] of all these useless dreams of living of living alone My lips on yours

Runs his wheel You resting by my side i tried to repress it then i carried its crown i reached out to undress it but love let me down love let me down ... colour me in.

Say you love me again and again

You colour my soul The taste of candy and salt drives me for more There will never be an end Show me where my heart is almost drove myself crazy

[Verse 2] You can make me

[Chorus] when these words led to you No regrets? I'm talking to you Fading light i reached out to console it

like a dogless bone... so come let me love you Hold your love frozen in time Colour Me Lyrics: Let me tell you / Tell me something / Tell me what it is you do / Give me something / Time or someone / Someone worth my talking to / I've paid / I'm owned / I'm set / I'm over / I so come let me love you come let me take this through the end of all these useless dreams of living Time or someone i tried to repress it

but what do I know

Cover me with roses in all these old noes... so i tried to forget it so i tried to erase it To this love my dear friend and cover it up You colour my soul Come let me love you And then… colour me in Well I tried to control it And cover it up I reached out to console it It was never enough Never enough… So I tried to forget it That was all part of the show Told myself I'd regret it But what do I know About all these useless dreams of living alone Like a dogless bone… So come let me love you

Paint me red in places once filled with gold Paint me red in places once filled with gold

Telling me its my fault

about all these useless dreams never enough...

come let me take this through the end

Things I don't understand, things beyond control



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