We packed the car, it was June,
Or July.
And drove through the country
To the coast.
We sat on rock,
Drinking late,
I watched the sun go down.

Oh I used to dream I could fall
Through my bedroom wall
If I held the right thought
Long enough
I’d sink through the wood
And the wood
To take form in the other side

I’m silly but he’ll stay with me forever
And come with me, wherever I go
I’ll spend the rest of my days
Catching that line
So that when I die I could just float straight through

Oh I used to dream I could fall
Through my bedroom wall
If I held the right thought
Long enough
I’d sink through the wood
And the wood
To take form in the other side

I’ll sink through the bricks
And through the wood
To take form in the other side

But they’ll be waiting for me
But they’ll be waiting for me
But they’ll be waiting for me

Do do do do do
Do do do do do...


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