Clouds darken our yard
Start listening for the crows
Rain falls cold and slow
Makes mud of the body, oh

Must be wintertime
I feel so sick and cold
We're patched together with sleeping pills
And the silk of your mother's robes

Goodbye, hallelujah
If I don't cry, don't let it fool ya
We'll meet again, you and me
Down in Shawnapee
Cause I don't mind losing time

The last supper's on the wall
Last night's wine's on the table
There's a shadow between you and me
Where the light of love used to be

So it's goodbye to this room
Where the moon no longer shines
I'm listening for the crow
Oh, he's a friend of mine

Goodbye, hallelujah
If I don't cry, don't let it fool ya
We'll meet again, you and me
Down in Shawnapee
Cause I don't mind losing time

So it's goodbye, hallelujah
If I don't cry, don't let it fool ya
We'll meet again, you and me
Down in Shawnapee
Cause I don't mind losing time


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