The antelope on the mountainside made me feel my age
As we left the road behind us to wane
Trying to pull down infinity from outer space
And crawl inside and find a way to stay

You're smiling like you wanna be somebody else
But the mountain isn't nothing but itself
You buried the start, I watched you come apart

Skipping rocks fron the mountain sand on a lazy day
Trying to leave home behind us to wane
Crawling up across the tree line, looking for somewhere bright my head can stay
Because I heard that we just get dimmer everyday

You're searching like you wanna be somebody else
But that carving water isn't nothing but itself
We laid under the stars, we watched them fall apart

You can't deposit all your time into the bottom of a bank
And save it all up until you find out just what it is you need
And nobody and nothing can be or will be perfect
But that's alright, that's alright with me

You're crying, you just wanna be somebody else
But that Colorado sunset isn't nothing but itself
I'm heading back to the start, trying to find my part
We're fine just where we are, let's become a part


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Carving Water song meanings
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