"Crutch" as written by Tom Maginnis, Bill Janovitz and Chris Colbourn....
Leaving
She came along
She came a long way to see me
She came across snowy fields
Baby
I've almost grown somehow
I'm in between the coasts, but my mind
My mind must be back in Boston
And you're all above the moon
And you're all above the moon
I'm lying across the tracks
And I'm on the train ride back
Slowly
I turned to him and said
"Well if I'm not yet dead then surely
this must be killing me instead"
Turning
I am turning blue
In this bar with you but my mind
Must be back in San Francisco
And you're all above the moon
And you're all above the moon
I'm lying across the tracks
And I'm on the train ride back
And I'm in between the cars
And I'm in between the stars
And you're all above the moon
And you're all above the moon
Highways
my head is loose at last
The radio's on full blast, and I'm rolling
In a midnight Chevrolet
Snowdust
I'm caught dead in the night
The stars and fire light, the sky a jewel
I believe I'm back in Boston
And you're all above the moon
And you're all above the moon
I'm lying across the tracks
And I'm on the train ride back
And I'm in between the cars
And I'm in between the stars
And you're all across the moon
And you're all above the moon
And you're all across the moon
And you're all above the moon
The Moon


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"Crutch" as written by Chris Colbourn Bill Janovitz

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    General CommentHis relationship with a woman was complicated by drug use and they split. He's moved on - "almost grown," and wants to get away from that lifestyle. She's still in love with him and has tried to quit - she's "come across the snowy" fields to see him. But it's not working for her. He still has feelings for her, but he's torn between Boston, his past, and San Francisco, his future. I guess he ends up in Boston again.
    descendenton February 27, 2006   Link

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