As I drove away over the dead leaves of your southern town
In the mirror I saw you wave, in the mirror I saw you
As the autumn fell until I made my turn, I thought, oh well
I thought well, this could be the last time I see your beautiful hands
Your frozen hands, your trembling hands
That could not hold on to any heart that's warm or any lie that's cold
Your hands are paper burning in the sun
I like to get there safe, I like to get my sleep
I'm selfish with my time like it was something I could keep
Oh, but you know the truth that never helped you much
It only beat its drum, it woke sleeping beauty
Yeah, it woke her up too much, it woke you up too much
The bankers, the liars and the thieves
They want to sell you into a life of fear
They call it a plan that will make you free
But nothing's free, you taught me that my dear
No one could love the way she loves
With the blind purity of a honey bee
Oh, but now that sweetness feels like a mistake I grieve
It only poisons my life, becomes a prison I, a prison I never wanna leave
As I drove away over the dead leaves
And merged into the stream of those who know their lines
Stagnant reasons why we travel so far away from our hearts
Like flies caught in jars, little flies buzzing in cars
The Golden Age
- All My Love
- The John Berchman Victory..
- The Decibels and the Litt..
- The Sleeping Beauty
- The Stars
- All the Lost Souls Welcom..
- Who You Are
- The Windows On The World
- One Step Ahead
- The Dance
- I Know That's Not Really ..
- On My Way
- The Grand Duchess Of San ..
- 1. I Broke My Promise
- 2. More Hopes and Dreams
- 3. Rise
- 4. Sick of Food
- 5. Jesus' Hands
- 6. Home
- 7. Johnny Mathis' Feet
- 8. The Thorn in My Side Is G..
- 9. All My Love
- 10. Ex-Girlfriend