digging up where you thought that you had buried the key
only about now you know that you had already given it to me, and i had misplaced it responsibly
growing up will make you fall right from the family tree
rain will wash you from the ground
where you had always wanted to be
it's the not the same but it's still hard to leave
when you know this house is the only place that knows me

cascading over rocks, or maybe down from your cheeks;
it's just the way the water moves
you know it all just ends up in the sea
or on your pillow where you wish you could sleep
i was just sitting, listening letting myself feel the beat
the wind was blowing through my window
i knew that Paul was singing to me
this record's great, hell i got it for free
and it's slowly pulling words right out of me
and this road was once the way home
now it's just another street, but i'm still on my feet

digging up where you thought that you had buried the key
only about now you know that you had already given it to me, and i had misplaced it responsibly


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