Cloud On My Tongue

- Tori Amos
Released: 2012 Genres: Country
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Lyric "Cloud On My Tongue"

[Verse 1]
Someone's knocking on my kitchen door
Leave the wood outside, well
All the girls here are freezing cold
Leave me with your Borneo
I said, I don't need much to keep me warm

Don't stop now what you're doing
What you're doing, my ugly one
Bring them all here
How do you hide a
Hundred girls in your hair?
It won't be fair if I hate her, if I ate her
You can go now, you can go now

[Chorus]
You're already in here
I'll be wearing your tattoo, yes
You're already in there

[Verse 2]
Got a cloud sleeping on my tongue
He goes, then it goes and
Kiss the violets as they're waking up
Leave me with your Borneo
I said "leave me the way I was before"

[Chorus]
But you're already in there
I'll be wearing your tattoo, yes
I'm already in
Circles and circles and circles again, the girls
Circles and circles, circles again, the girls
Circles and circles and circles again, the girls
Circles and circles and circles again, well

[Verse 3]
Someone's knocking on my kitchen door
Leave the wood outside, well
All the girls here are freezing cold
You can go now, you can go now
You can go now, you can go now

[Chorus]
You're already in there
I'll be wearing your tattoo, yes
You're already in there
Thought I was over the bridge now
Over the bridge now
I'm already in
Circles and circles and circles again, the girls
Circles and circles, got to stop spinning
Circles and circles and circles again, the girls
Circles and circles and circles again, well
Circles and circles, circles again, the girls
Circles and circles, got to stop spinning
Circles and circles and circles again, the girls
Circles and circles and circles again, well

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Tori Amos

Tori Amos

Tori Amos (born Myra Ellen Amos, August 22, 1963) is an American singer-songwriter, pianist and composer. She is a classically trained musician and has a mezzo-soprano vocal range. Having already begun composing instrumental pieces on piano, Amos won a full scholarship to the Peabody Institute at Johns Hopkins University, at age five, the youngest person ever to have been admitted. She was expelled at age eleven for what Rolling Stone described as "musical insubordination.