"The Melody Of A Fallen Tree" as written by Daniel E Matz and Jason Mc Neely....
Underneath the leaves where the blackbirds turn blue
If there's room for me
There's room for you
Place your ear to the ground, you hear a voice
It sings this song
The whole night long
I am the melody of the fallen tree
What comes between
You and me
So sadly transient , you'd never guess
It could ever be
So easy to see
Across a frozen field you hear a call
With the urgency
Of the boiling sea
All your hopes and dreams they rise and fall
Secretly
A cacophony
The life and brutality
They all turn on me
You hope to someday see
Patiently
So sadly obvious, you'd never guess
It could ever be
So hard to see


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"The Melody of a Fallen Tree" as written by Jason Mc Neely Daniel E Matz

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    General Commenti love this song. its so quiet and lets me just relax when i get upset or stressed out. not sure what its about though?
    thisisntjesson October 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti'm wondering what it's about too...

    such a beautiful song!
    believeinfateon January 15, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthe song for me and my best frienddd
    wereTHRIVINGon February 14, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationAfter much thought I've decided that the song is the tale of a broken relationship. I believe the fallen tree is a metaphor for a insurmountable obstacle, he being the melody of it means "he's" the cause of it. The object of his affections can't see or understand the issue. Therefore the subject is the architect of his own downfall. This song is like a lament.

    One of my favourite songs.
    teppinon June 08, 2017   Link

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