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A Scale, A Mirror And Those Indifferent Clocks   Bright Eyes


        C
Here is a scale, weigh it out and you will find easily
         Em                            
More than sufficient doubt that these colors you see
    Am    
Were picked in advance by some careful hand 
       F                   G
With an absolute concept of beauty 
        C                                            
They are smeared and these blurs come in random order
  Em                                     
To color the eyes of your former lovers
         Am                                             
Hers were green like July except when she cried
         F             G
They were red

     C
Now I know a disease that these doctors can't treat
   Em     
You contract it the day you accept all you see
    Am                        
Is a mirror and a mirror is all it can be
   F                           G
A reflection of something we're missing
   C
And language just happened, it was never planned
        Em 
And it's inadequate to describe where I am
      Am
In the room of my house where the light has never been
F                       G 
Waiting for this day to end

         F                         G                
And these clocks keep unwinding and completely ignore
Em                 Am           
Everything that we hate or adore
        F                     G
Once the page of a calendar is turned it's no more
  Em                        Am
So tell me then, what was it for?
  F        G           C
Oh tell me, what was it for?



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