If the trees bend tonight
and if the light, the light goes off
by now, would you cuddle me and pretend to be?

and if the wolves never show up and neither bark all night to keep you up
you should go out and walk barefoot
you should measure your longest tooth

Asleep while everything gets dark
I can feel your eyes and see your heart
the blanket's a paradise,
one morning sent to rise

and if the wolves never show up
and neither bark all night to keep you up
you should teach them a brand new song and how to whistle

Your heart is so tiny sometimes
I wish you were a wolf sometimes
what if sometimes was now?
and oh, your hand is so clever sometimes
I wish you were a wolf sometimes
what if sometimes was now?

What if you could be some one else
would you ask some one like me to trade
you would feel what i have felt
the day i gave what i had left

and if the wolves ever show up
and you can sing your name and then shut up
you should go out and walk barefoot
you should measure your longest tooth

'Cause if your heart is too tiny
mine is too big for love to be,
we should forget about your size
and focus on what you have

and if the wolves never show up
it's 'cause they feel they know that you gave up
I should teach you this brand new song
so you can teach it to some one

Oh, your heart is too tiny sometimes
i wish you were a wolf sometimes
what if sometimes was now?
and oh, your hand is too clever sometimes
i wish you were a wolf sometimes
what if sometimes was now?

damn, thought about the wolves on your wall roller coaster
it sounded like a stunt roped up at night
from the top of a dead tree
damn it, god, if i want to fantasize
that's my problem and
on my bike i do sure get the feeling that the world is all mine, and can't come up with lyrics for a band that could be in, but why


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