"Someone Somewhere" as written by and Luke Temple Breneman....
I hear its raining
The tides are turning
Filling up the washpans till we scrub our skin away
The sky is yellow
The clouds are burning
The air it has the fragranced of a brand new yesterday

Someone somewhere said
Trees have eyes and rocks have legs
and we have monsters in our heads
a secret kept to raise the dead

I hear an engine
It makes my mouth move
Spitting out those words that I can never hear
I’m not your neighbor
We live alone now
Wash away our sins into a bowling bath of tears

Someone Somewhere said
Feet are grounded
Thumbs are beacons
Lightning passes through instead
A secret kept to raise the dead

When I’m alive I will go walk out in the garden
Live on only flowers plant a seed
A fragile human seed
To grow a family tree
When I’m alive I will go walk into the ocean
Walk down in the deep plant a seed
I fragile human seed
To grow a family tree
A lovely family tree it will

Someone Somewhere said
Bones remember
Skin is tender
Golden puddles in our beds
A secret kept to raise the
Someone somewhere said
Trees have eyes and rocks have legs
And we have monsters in our heads
A secret kept to raise the dead


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