im out on the corner
my hands in my pocket
the raindrops above me
the concrete below me
i walked through the city
with buildings around me
the sidewalk below me
that carries me slowly
down under that oak tree
that place where you left me
that stands like a symbol
like raindrops and concrete
the roots broke the pavement
the raindrops feel hated
their gone in an instant
but still in existance

you're only a memory

i wrote her a letter
said things will better
i love you to death
and we'll work through this weather
but she'll never get this
it'll turn into ashes
as the flame hits the paper
there's no way to save it

you're only a memory
with words full of hatred
my eyes used to rain
and my roots broke the pavement
im no longer grounded
this weight has been lifted
to raindrops above me
that fall to the concrete where you're only a memory

I'm under the oak tree
that place where you left me
this one final breath
i will share with this city
thats crumbling around me
but tells me dont worry
like raindrops and concrete
im only a memory


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Raindrops And Concrete song meanings
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