6 am she's asleep in her car
Dreaming of when she was free
When all at once, light falls over the hills
Blanketing all that's to see
Heavy eyed, and heavy of heart
She gazes into the east
For a moment it all gets clear
And her storms begin to cease

Maybe someday I wont feel
Like I do today
All I can think to do is to
Drive this car away
So I'll drive into the sun
So I'll drive into the sun

16 hours on these unfamiliar roads
Is starting to take its toll
With the Mississippi right within her grasp
It's starting to feel like home
But the chemicals are wearing off
And so is her consciousness
That tree never saw her coming
And she never saw this mess

The ambulance screams and cries
And gnashes its teeth
As it tears down the street
The people stand and stare
And whisper through awkward hush
Where was she going in such a rush?
Where was she going in such a rush?

Now she's standing dressed in white
Emanating the purest of light
And out of nowhere, he appears
Arms wide open and eyes full of tears
How I missed you, how I love you
now it's time for you to come home

How could you love me
after all that I've put you through?
He said
I never wanted perfection
I only wanted you
She slowly lifts her head
And takes his hand in hers
you can have this heart
it's already yours

The horizon is opened up
The east is cloaked in gold
She closes the pages of
This story she has told
In this epilogue, with all I've done to you
I never thought I'd see you again


Lyrics submitted by zachus

Chapter 4: Epilogue song meanings
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