.& ALL THE WORLD WOULD KNOW OUR NAMES. » (asoiaf; robb/sansa)
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i. alpha shallows - laura marling | and you’ll work my heart till it’s raw / and you’ll call and you’ll call but you’ll never be told / and i’ll fall and i’ll fall and i’ll fall
ii. wait for me - moby | life i have isn’t what i’ve seen / the sky is not blue and the field’s not green / wait for me / i’m gonna ask you to look away / a broken life will never stay / tried too hard and I always lack / days are grey and nights are black
iii. always - panic! at the disco | i’m the light blinking at the end of the road / blink back to let me know / that i’m skin and bone / just a cane and rusty throne
iv. please sister - the cardigans | please sister, help me come on do what you should / please give me something i’m not doing so good / i’m gone, done wrong is there nothing you can say / please sister help me i’m not feeling ok
v. my skin - natalie merchant | your face saving promises / whispered like prayers / i don’t need them / i’ve been treated so wrong / i’ve been treated so long / as if i’m becoming untouchable
vi. epilogue - the antlers | when i try to move my arms sometimes, they weigh too much to lift / i think you buried me awake (my one and only parting gift) / but you return to me at night, just when i think i may have fallen asleep
vii. o’ sister - city and colour | my sister, what made you fall from grace? / i’m sorry that i was not there to catch you / what have the demons done? / what have the demons done with the luminous light that once shined from your eyes?
viii. the city and the river - the rescues | and i’m the one who watches over you / that’s what i was built to do
ix. loud as hope - iron & wine | summer comes, yeah, as loud as hope and takes your breath away / winter takes what the summer had to say
x. dance on our graves - paper route | i never sleep at night, i just stay up and wait / but the burning in my blood never came / will i know it? / will i know it when I see it? / will i know it? / will i know it when you’re here?