december's weather
disrobed the trees onto my lawn
where i sat to compose a song
you sat with me among the leaves
and we dreamt that we were floating free
the earth released us from its hands

and the longest beach was a grain of sand

i wont forget that i'm not bound
no, gravity will no longer hold me to the ground
we can eat the clouds and drink the sky
and for desert we'll sail way up high

the atlantic ocean is at our feet
and if we fall it will cover us like bedtime sheets
relax there's always time
to bask in the warm sunshine
we're gonna bask in the arm sunshine

i won't forget that i'm not bound
no, gravity will no longer
hold me
to the ground


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