When I dial your number,
I need to make it longer.
because you live in a neck of the woods,
That's backwards.

With pigeons for letter guides.
and grape vines are telephone wires.
and pumpkins like stereos.
and the tree trunks sit on the patio.

When I dial your number,
I need the signal stronger,
because you live in a neck of the woods,
that's backwards.

With pigeons for letter guides,
and grape vines are telephone wires,
and pumpkins like stereos,
and the tree trunks sit on the patio.

With power from natural springs,
and lakes full of fishy things,
you dial your redwood phone,
as the tree trunks sit where i want to got.


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Neck of the Woods song meanings
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