Lucinda Williams - Dust song lyrics

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There's a sadness so deep the sun seems black
And you don't have to try to keep the tears back
Well you don't have to try to keep the tears back

'Cause you couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to

Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust

So you stare at the ceiling and wish the world would mend
Trying to recall some better feeling to no good end
Trying to recall some better feeling to no good

But even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust

There's a sadness so deep the sun seems black
And you don't have to try to keep the tears back
Well you don't have to try to keep the tears back

Because you couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to
You couldn't cry if you wanted to

Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust

Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
Even your thoughts are dust
download Lucinda Williams Dust song via buy amazon music

Dust lyrics

The ghosts of highway 20 album songs

1. Dust
2. House of earth
3. I know all about it
4. Place in my heart
5. Death came
6. Doors of heaven
7. Louisiana story
8. The ghosts of highway 20
9. Bitter memory
10. Factory
11. Can't close the door on love
12. If my love could kill
13. If there's a heaven
14. Faith & grace
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check here the lyrics for Dust, the 1th song of the 14 recorded for the album The ghosts of highway 20, with a total running time of , by Lucinda Williams. It was released on February 5, 2016 via Highway 20 records, and produced by .