And that knot in the tree still calls my name
But I know there's no letter cause you're not the same
This life is pretty lonely but I'm used to it
I've got my vegetables and I've got my kid
I've got some outlandish thoughts but I keep them hid.

And the grass has overrun our former town
The thought of us smiling always gets me down
My legs are weak and my eyes are grey
I'm not the same girl I was yesterday
It would've been better had you just stayed.

I'm down at the cougar crossing
Where we first laid eyes
I'm sorry that the sad police
Filled your head with lies.

It wasn't me that stole your napkin
It wasn't me that stole your napping kin.

Watch out for the animals at the cougar crossing.


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Cougar Crossing song meanings
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