Enter From The East
Written by Jewel Kilcher

I went out a'wandering beneath an unknown sky
The heavens all shook violently, he caught my eye
Strange fruit fell, it sruck me to the core
My heart became a single flame
It wanted nothing more

Stranger, enter from the east
Stranger, step inside this place
Oh, and own me, own me

The clock became a bullet hole, cruel and unkind
It hurt me with its second hand, alone another night

Stranger, enter from the east
Stranger, step inside this place

Blue, is that you?
Well, don't bother knocking on my door this time
Go be true for someone else
There's no room inside this heart of mine
My heart has four empty rooms
Three wait for lighting, and one waits for you

I must have you all to myself
Feel the full weight of your skin
I'll hollow out my insides to place you in

Stranger, enter from the east
Stranger, step inside this place
Oh, and own me, own me