Lyrics by Samih Al-Qassem

Tell the world tell them
About a house who’s lamp was broken
Tell the world tell them
About a house who’s lamp was broken
About an axe that killed a rose bud
And a fire that removed a braid
Talk about a sheep that wasn’t milked
About a mother’s dough that wasn’t cooked
Talk about a sheep that wasn’t milked
About a mother’s dough that wasn’t cooked
About a surface of muddy grass
Tell the world tell them

Oh forgotten neighbors daughter
The doll with me is protected
Oh forgotten neighbors daughter
The doll with me is protected
The doll is with me so come
In the bus with the Eastern winds
Oh forgotten neighbors daughter
The doll with me is protected
Oh forgotten neighbors daughter
The doll with me is protected
The doll is with me so come
In the bus with the Eastern winds

Tell the world tell them
About a house who’s lamp was broken
Tell the world tell them
About a house who’s lamp was broken

Hanna I don't remember your features
But I am scrambling around to remember
Hanna I don't remember your features
But I am scrambling around to remember
My heart beats to your steps
A bird that runs or pecks wood
We were as beautiful as we were
Oh neighbor’s daughter and Hanna
We were as beautiful as we were
Oh neighbors daughter and Hanna
We were so why do our eyes
Become alienated in unison
Hanna I don't remember your features
But I am scrambling around to remember
Hanna I don't remember your features
But I am scrambling around to remember
My heart beats to your steps
A bird that runs or pecks wood
We were as beautiful as we were
Oh neighbor’s daughter and Hanna
We were as beautiful as we were
Oh neighbors daughter and Hanna
We were so why do our eyes
Become alienated in unison

And why do our hands become
Intertwined damned ropes
Tell the world tell them

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