kept to myself as a kid, no one could hide quite like i did
found my self in a room with an unmade bed
traded in my shoes for boots of lead
oh, but i'm not stuck; i'm just moving slowly

loosened my tie just like a man
stood up as tall as i could stand
found myself in a warehouse with rusted doors
traded in my bed for wooden floors
but i'm not stuck; i'm just moving slowly

now i'm putting birds in their cages
when i used to just let them go
graphite marks on the pages, if i could translate these hieroglyphics into words then you would know
that i'm not that down
yeah, you'd know it's just hard for me
catching up to pace with mistakes, a race i'll never lead
here i am gaining speed

loosened my tie just like a man
stood up as tall as i could stand
found myself in a warehouse with rusted doors
traded in my bed for wooden floors
but i'm not stuck; i'm just moving slowly


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Wooden Floors song meanings
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