somewhere past the fields
past the reeds and evergreens she sleeps
my bright eyed, holy child
that dream of mine comes to life
my sad and sweet soul mate

mile after mile of crumbling roads
spread across this nation just like veins
they keep moving me through
they keep pushing me away from her
and towards lonely beds and long cold days

and now I can see it
now I just know that I've pushed too much
I've held too much back
I've been too much intact when I'm falling apart
I need her now
I need her more than anything

I'll wait while hours pass like days
until I come home
until I can touch her face
until I can waste the days away
in comfort and in solitude with her
safe and secure in our home

and now I can see it
now I just know that I've pushed too much
I've held too much back
I've been too much intact when I'm falling apart
I need her now
I need her more than anything

and I tell myself "soon you'll be back home"
I tell myself "soon you'll be back home"
"soon you'll be back home"

and now I can see it
now I just know that I've pushed too much
I've held too much back
I've been too much intact when I'm falling apart
I need her now
I need her more than anything


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