On that five day drive
Through the panhandle morning
All our plans were sitting on the sky
Like throwing fire outside the window
Breaking bowls over our railroad
'Til we couldn't hit the kill zone if we tried

The golden desert floor
Is holding up to heaven
The space it will be tending for a while
The way you spoke about the unknown
Shook my twenty-five year old bones
And made me unsure I was someone's only son

You're my, you're my brother
You're my, you're my brother

You're my, you're my brother
You're my, you're my brother


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    General CommentIt is "through the panhandle morning".
    shawnruby23on December 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think most likely it's "breaking BOWLS over our railroad." Also, it's definitely, "through the panhandle morning."

    How do you edit a song's lyrics? I know it used to be simple, but now I can't figure it out.
    Raving Lunaticon December 07, 2009   Link

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