"Corvair" as written by and Jim White....
Sunlight in the weeds...I wish that I was blind...
To the ghosts dancing in the breeze?
Blowing through my mind.
Got a Corvair in my yard.
It hasn't run in fifteen years.
It's a home for the birds now.
It's no longer a car.
Last night I dreamed that I was swimming in a sea.
Like always, with everything I went in too deep.
Got a Corvair in my yard.
It hasn't run in fifteen years.
It's a home for the birds now.
It's no longer a car.
Got a simple friend out west,
And in the blink of an eye,
I'd swap him straight,
His life for mine...
And never wonder
"Why?"


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"Corvair" as written by Jim White

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