Sunday night I saw it
Like a cornfield borealis
Driving I-80 East from your front seat
Well, kid, your heart is like a hurricane
You're storming through my port again
And I can only take my shelter where I see it

So hello Omaha

I got your 2 a.m.-central call
I was giddy as a 5-year-old
You said that that was normal and in fact so were you
And the glory was still lingering
The next day when you stumbled in
Transcendent, half an hour late, to my bedroom

So you keep one hand on the cradle
And I'll keep one foot in the grave
And one day we'll be just devoured by
All that stuff we tried so hard to save

For a few days there, I think I would have
Lived forever in my hotel room
Head boarded in and the world locked out, except for you
But I don't believe in summer flings
I don't believe in anything
So much as I believe in the things I swore weren't true


Lyrics submitted by Michial

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