suzanne

Sometimes it's fun to read songs instead of listening to em, that way you get to appreciate them for the little poems they are.

Here's a piece of "Suzanne," by Leonard Cohen. It's nice, right?

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Suzanne takes you down to her place near the river

You can hear the boats go by

You can spend the night beside her

And you know that she's half crazy

But that's why you want to be there

And she feeds you tea and oranges

That come all the way from China

And just when you mean to tell her

That you have no love to give her

Then she gets you on her wavelength

And she lets the river answer

That you've always been her lover

And you want to travel with her

And you want to travel blind

And you know that she will trust you

For you've touched her perfect body with your mind.