Don't care what you look like, I wanna be your friend
The world is a mystery of sweetness with an often bitter end
Don't know where you're going, just let me in
The world is a memory adventure of the places where we've been.
I've been an autocrat, I've been a diplomat
I've been skinny and I've clung on to babyfat
I've been a dinosaur, been a civil war, been a lighthouse on a distant shore

Woah, but all my thought they fairly slip away
They trickle back in different random sweet versions someday
When I get to Santa Fe
It'll all sound pretty in a different way

I don't know what you're thinking, why would I try?
Your mind is a mystery to me, so I'll listen to your eyes
I can't say what you're dreaming, but your kicking your heels
If we spend half our lives asleep who can say what's truly real?
I've been a hypnotist, sparkling amethyst
Well I mourned the passing moonlight on a lovers tryst
I've been a crystal ball, I've been 10 feet tall, been all in one and all and all and all

But all my thoughts they fairly slip away
Then trickle back in different random sweet versions someday
When I get to Santa Fe
It'll all sound pretty in a different way

I don't know if you need one, or if you've ever seen one
But I believed in one
I don't know if you need one, but I can share, I never bothered counting

But all my thoughts they fairly slip away
They trickle back in different random sweet versions someday
But when I get to Santa Fe
It will all sound pretty in a different way.









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