Comic Sense

by Fair Huxley

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1.
04:18
I called the morning like the face of the sun
 Like the face of the sun, like the mirror of the ocean
 But the clouds they shall come
 Like the face in the mirror Are you even listening?
2.
03:22
Remember when the skies were blue? Remember when the world wasn't made of stone? Weightless in a moment We can't be weightless on our own I think we lost home We might have lost hope Take a next step in the playground We used to be so alone Remember when we were weightless? Caught in our own hopes? I think we lost home We might have lost home I don't want to lose hope Don't let us lose it all I want to be weightless again.
3.
03:34
You touch the branches of my trees
 And though I never saw your face
 I’m breathing you like you’re my air
 And we’ve got no time to waste Holding treasures, I found home So see the sun set solely Broken hearts they turn to gold So break the spell, oh yeah
 
 Love lies, love lies
 I won’t try to forget your eyes Love lies, love lies Hide the light inside your soul What’s this thing, what’s this mighty thing that’s controlling you?
 I’ve got no rhythm to the song that is always playing you Giving up is not my kind of thing, so lay your hand upon me I feel electric powers grow, so clear my mind oh yeah Love lies, love lies
 I won’t try to forget your eyes Love lies, love lies Hide the light inside your soul Love lies, love lies
 I won’t try to forget your eyes Love lies, love lies Sometimes I don’t want to answer anymore.
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Fair Huxley's first EP, released in November 2012.

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released November 1, 2012

All songs written by Fair Huxley.
Mixed by Freek Verhulst.
Artwork by Karlijn Dado.

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