"Jonathon and the Oak Tree" as written by and Jeremy Warmsley....
Early spring
Misty dawn
In the country
A month alone
A sweet red wine
Children's stories
In a big empty house
You dreamt the end
And you woke up
You poured the dream into
A little silver cup
And you threw it away

But you believed
Every second
You walked in the woods
Alone
The knowledge bleeding
Whispered into the oldest tree
The only one who'd listen

When the sky fell on you
You saw God
You saw blue sky
And your world caved in
And you saw God
You saw blue blue blue blue skies
Ahh...

The papers are full of bad news
You turned your thoughts
To the world
Around you
And oh yeah I heard a story
A childrens' story
The walls whispered in my ears
You went insane
And you disappeared

And when the clouds fell on you
You saw God
You saw blue sky
And when you finally caved in
You felt good you understood why
When you turned the outside in
You saw god
You saw the blue blue blue blue skies
Blue
Sky
Blue
Sky

And this is your secret
This is your secret
I heard it from the house I live in
The beams and boughs
Planks of wood
The tree you trusted in



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