When I was a boy I was confounded by you
Now I'm still a boy I am indebted to you
Every song I ever wrote was written for you
Written for you
Now I'm feeling flat you seem a mile away
I'm so tired that down on the pavement I'll lay
Till the blossom of the tree comes falling on me
Fall on me
From my window I can see the mountain in snow
From my window I will shut my eyes and let go
Promise me you'll always be around when I fall
And when I call
On the river bridge up on the wall, looking down
On the river bridge, to me a vision was shown
If I could hold on to things till I was full grown
Peace would I know
To my dog on wheels I'll tell my pleasures and woes
To my dog on wheels I'll tell my secrets and more
Then one day in spring I'll take him down to the road
Push Barman to Open Old Wounds (Compilation Album)
- Dog on Wheels
- The State I Am In
- String Bean Jean
- Belle and Sebastian
- Lazy Line Painter Jane
- You Made Me Forget My Dre..
- A Century of Elvis
- Photo Jenny
- A Century of Fakers
- Le Pastie de la Bourgeois..
- Put the Book Back on the ..
- This Is Just a Modern Roc..
- I Know Where the Summer G..
- The Gate
- Slow Graffiti
- Legal Man
- Judy Is a Dick Slap
- Winter Wooskie
- Jonathan David
- Take Your Carriage Clock ..
- The Loneliness of a Middl..
- I'm Waking Up to Us
- I Love My Car
- Marx and Engels