I was a peasant in the underground.
I was at once with a blue moon.
I was born head-first into peace.
I was in love when I got home.
I was...

I tried to live.
I begged to see what's real.
I tried to comprehend.
But I was gone when I came to you.

And how could this relate?
We can't build walls.
You can't stop time.
You can't not change.
You can't.


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Sex in the Sixties song meanings
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