Bad Dream (Wildlife)

This is the story of two lovers: anemone and kerosene Liquid burning, like torch at the bottom of the sea. Never tell me the awful things you have done for money And dress me in the clothes of my younger days when you bury me. 'Cause it was all a bad, bad dream It was all a bad, bad, bad dream It was all a bad, bad, bad, bad dream We never saw anything, it was only light reflecting We walked to the water arms in arm as friends But when we crossed over we were lovers swimming in the bitter end And a valley stretched before us but the grass was laden with mines And with every explosion came a swing of the wrecking ball of time But it was all a bad, bad dream It was all a bad, bad, bad dream It was all a bad, bad, bad, bad dream We never saw anything, it was only light reflecting So put on a smile, when the tears start to fall 'Cause all this, all this is better than nothing