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I Can't See Your Face In My Mind Lyrics

I can't see your face in my mind
I can't see your face in my mind
Carnival dogs
Consume the lines
Can't see your face in my mind

Don't you cry
Baby, please don't cry
And don't look at me
With your eyes

I can't seem to find the right...

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    anonymous
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    Jul 31st, 7:45pm report


    He plays between words can and cant, as it is not clearly heard...he first says:
    I can see your face in my mind
    I can seem to find the right lie

    - it is probably a lie that he sees her face in his mind..
    But when he says “can’t”, then he would admit that he does not sees her face in his mind, and he would then not be able to seem to find the right lie... so both versions mean the same

    And at the end he says he will not need her picture until they say goodbye...So it is a seperation..But he still will need her picture when they are seperated...

    Carnival dogs that eat their lines seems to be an indication of freedom...dogs eat their lines to get free...and the horses that adorn the sky reminds the picture of dali..





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