I miss the saints I'd always find
Giving me hope in our backyard
I miss the colors every time
Giving me hope in our backyard

They told me silently
That I'd never leave
It's far too late to bring me back
I always seem to change inside the past
But don't leave the noise in me

Can it really be you left the same?
Can it really be you left the same?
I can't change now with all your walls
And these rooftops floating in my head
In my head, I count the days
Pretending I'm the same
Blaming me again

We're years away where I was falling
I'm not the same but now you're finding home
You would be seen before you leave these walls again
But it's over now


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    General CommentLike many of their songs, this is more a "tone poem" of thoughts and emotions. Everytime I hear it, I feel something different and pick up on a different lyric. It's adaptable to how I feel, and that's why I love it. Melancholy everytime.
    FifthDentiston September 21, 2014   Link

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