Ducks on the pond in the morning sun
My head plays a waltz
Cinnamon air
Fills the back room
And the valley between ours

Time on the wall
Where the driveway ends
I shoulder and furrow the wind
Pepper the house with the door knocking brass
But don't really care to get in

The sun goes down and blankets
The town of people that I haven't seen
It wasn't a fight
But I stayed up all night
Figuring out what it means

And I draw myself in the bathroom glass and yell, "I'll be down soon"
The window squares break up the day and ride the afternoon

Ducks on the pond in the morning sun
My head plays a waltz
Cinnamon air
Fills the back room
And the valley between ours

I draw myself in the bathroom glass and yell, "I'll be down soon"
While the window squares break up the day and ride the afternoon

My father's not the sleeping kind
He's often up alone
My mother sleeps heavy awake when she's ready
To answer the living room phone
My sister and I, oh, we sleep steady
But often throughout half the day
My brother, he's gone
But I have to be strong
And I hope that I'll see him someday

And the snow plows go scraping down Hillbury Road
With the light of the moon at their backs
I'm only home for two short days
And I just can't seem to relax

And I draw myself in the bathroom glass and yell, "I'll be down soon"
The window squares break up the day and ride the afternoon

Ducks on the pond in the morning sun
My head plays a waltz


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