My good friend, it's been a while
You're like an honor
Making it all worth
All the time I spent
And all the time lost
And I did need that, oh my dear friend

Oh, Alberta, where've you gone to?
I haven't seen you in months
Well, I suppose that I've been sleeping
And out of context
With all the giants
And all the fragile loves
I'm just now emerging
Within your grace
And I can stretch my arms and legs out
And I can stretch my lungs out
And breathe again

You stir me with lines of endless color
Your radiant smile
That puts the warm to woolen fabric
And in the morning
I'll capture crisp air
To shake trochaic march
I'm just now emerging
Within your grace
And I can see the tops of houses
And I can see the way here
And always home

My good friend, it's been a while
You're like an honor
Making it all worth
All the time I spent
And all the time lost
And I did need that, oh my dear friend


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