When I miss you all, it's deeply
Not so much for myself
although I will say I feel the loss
But it's more for the pale blue notion of each of you in your own lonely universe
I'm kindred. So I know, in detail, the nature of what you bear
Just as I know exactly how you conversely swell in delirious cheer
Isn't that warmth abundant? Doesn't all of that burning and blushing love
Doesn't it make it just that much more pale when the color melts from the cheeks of it all?

Won't these pangs of regret have mercy?
I am but a child.
And all my faults that haunt me
come from a place, in me, where I am still sincerely wild.

We're kindred, so I describe myself too, and I know you're out there swooning
When I'm moonstruck and love struck and faint for it all
When I'm so suddenly blooming
Just like I know you are tugged by the same tangled puppeteers will
So awkward and clumsy, conflicted and wondering
why we're all here
But I should tell you, I've begun to suspect that there's nothing to feel regret for
All that sadness that pulls you out under that sky completes an essential tension in who you are.

Won't these pangs of regret have mercy?
I am but a child!
And all of my faults that haunt me
come from a place, in me, where I am still sincerely wild.

And I miss you all. I miss you all so deeply
But it's not for myself, although I do feel the loss.
But it's more for that pale blue notion of each of you in your own lonely universe.


Lyrics submitted by displacedfever

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