you looked at me and said in that voice you always say things in
there's nothing to cry for
so i looked at you and said not anymore
you looked at me and said in that voice you always say things in
that i was wrong
well i don't have a problem with being wrong, i do it all the time
but don't tell me that i'm wrong when i'm fine and i'm just fine
i was parking in the driveway when you pulled up next to me
i said where are you going, you could go far as can be
you know why, but don't go home
when i first met you i was horrified
that somehow i felt glorified but older
had i been over acheiving the oldest things i'd done?
not when i did them for me
open up your eyes, you can't see anything
if you keep squinting the way you're squinting
you can't see anything when you are blinded by the anchor saw
and all the buildings rise, calling gold and silver horses under me
and under you, and under me..


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