do you remember ninety-three
we were in tennessee down in some holler
the flowers in the garden bloomed
like a drop of ink in a glass of water
and you said that love was like war
you could only start once,
and you couldn't start over


i went from standing on
the ground to the grave
from the shore to the sea
now i'm a lion in a cage
you are like horses running free
but i believe, in time, you will be mine
so i will be here waiting patiently


do you remember ninety-six
we were somewhere in texas
some shitty southern city
in the trailer park, i'd sing out loud
and you would sing with me back then
but never again



good god, what have i done?
wasted my life waiting for the kingom to come
some salvation, i suppose
who really knows?

i don't


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