The car is parked outside your front door
But you don't even travel for an hour anymore
Since you learned to fly
From your apartment window
It's nearby

And for now
This is all you'll ever be
For now it's better
Than something you had in-between
For now this is all you'll ever need
And I'll be waiting at the shoreline
For you hopefully

And lately I've noticed that
You haven't been around
And I guess it must be cozy
On the other side of town
'Cause you take the ferry boat ride
Waiting for the moment there
When someone will arrive and sing

And when you feel that
It's quittin' time
Just look up
And see the sun is on the rise
And move on
Move on

For now
This is all you'll ever be
For now it's better
Than something you had in-between
And for now this is all you'll ever need
And I'll be waiting at the shoreline
For you hopefully
Singing


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