I’m a rock and roller, wary of winfall
Staying at the “Get Out Now Hotel”
And I want it all, the forest edge
In the deepest darkest depths
On the forest edge
With a blind, benign absentmindedness

You picked up the phone (You picked up the phone)
And heard what sounded like a really big car (And heard what sounded like a really big car)
Revving way too hot outside (Revving way too hot outside)
You said: tell me where you are (You said: tell me where you are)

Forest edge (Forest edge)
For Christ sakes it’s darkness (For Christ sakes it’s darkness)
On the edge of town (On the edge of town)
A sweet and mean, unassailing sound (A sweet and mean, unassailing sound)

A dream, dream, Springsteen scene, naturally (Dream)
A dream, dream, torn up in dream, naturally (Dream)

You detected me shaking (You detected me shaking)
Even when I wasn’t shaking (Even when I wasn’t shaking)
Like all great relationships (Like all great relationships)
This one started with an apology (This one started with an apology)

Forest edge, in the deepest darkest depths (Forest edge, in the deepest darkest depths)
On the forest edge (On the forest edge)
With a kind, sublime absentmindedness (With a kind, sublime absentmindedness)

A dream, dream, guitar dream, naturally (Dream)
Dream, dream, reoccurring dream, naturally (Dream)

Dream, dream, Springsteen scene
Dream, dream, guitar dream



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