Head start on the frog
On the deer and the dog
The things we true were taught
Loyal torn from our hearts
It's now so soft underfoot
We sleep more than we sleep
If god could make me cry
I'd run along the water

She won't come; I'll be gone
She won't come; I'll be gone

Play with it while you have hands
A desperate lack of demands
I can't offer a thing
Better than dying, so take it!
Scrap the outfit
And hand me the keys to your car
If I leave before it is light
I'll be around when you are

She won't come; I'll be gone
She won't come; I'll be gone


Lyrics submitted by Milkman82

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    General CommentGreat song about the confusion and awareness of existence. Being ahead of animals, knowing more truths, being let down by life- sleeping (i.e. not full awareness) through life, and a recognition that God can't create any internal emotion (i.e. unaffected by spirituality).

    The second verse (the only thing penned by Oldham I believe) extends this confusion with a resolution to live in the moment (parallels the ideology of "I'm Loving the Street" somewhat) and Oldham leaves it wide open for interpretation with "I'll be around when you are"

    The chorus isn't exactly hopeful either.
    sidneycartonon January 10, 2008   Link

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