Fawn, it's not wrong
It's enough to know you're there
It's enough to reach into the dark
And pull nothing back
Don't let the daylights paralyze
You can run back to the words
You can live among the deer
You know you are good

Soon is the spring
With the grass becoming green
With the hope for everything
Waiting to happen

Grey disappears
We grow way beyond our fear
I forget how hard it once was
To be breathing

I am making my way through the woods each day
Trying to get further
Oh Virginia is fine
But you won't be mine
I'm a sleeper

To familiar trees
Took a wilder leaves
I will be there

Now that we're ghosts
That go driving in the night
We will fade away with sea
Till no one is there

No more hands in the fringe
No more nervous laughing looks
No more wonder in the way things might have been

I am making my mark in the tree stump's bark to remember
You have done nothing wrong
Maybe wind was too strong
Which was more than fair

If you want goodbye
You can have your goodbye
I will not be there

Fawn, it's not wrong
It's enough to know you're there
You can live among the deer
You know you are good

If you change your mind
And don't learn to drive
I will be there
If the world gets cold
And you've got no stove
I will be there
Under the stars at night
Giving both of us light
I will be there


Lyrics submitted by nohitter151

Spring Fawn song meanings
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    General CommentI hear, "Oh, Virginia is fine / but she won't be mine / I must leave her."
    asSTARSfallxon January 01, 2013   Link

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