I met Laura Trieselman on a windy August night.
Took me up by the tracks as I was readying to fight.
Her brother aimed to kill me, but I wouldn't let him win.
I saw Laura Elizabeth, and my heart was filled with spin.

Laura Elizabeth Trieselman,
could you let me in?
Together on a bed
of berries.

If I had any breath inside, I'd use it on her name.
Lying on the train tracks dead and waiting for the rain.
Now I wish she had taken me before I saw her face.
Laura Elizabeth Trieselman, my ghost will fill this space.


Laura Elizabeth Trieselman,
could you let me in?
Together on a bed
of berries.

Follow you to the graveyard where they buried me away.
Leave me roses and hyacinth and something sweet to say.
You can sit by the tracks with me and never be alone.
Any time that the train rolls by and shakes your family's home.

Laura Elizabeth Trieselman,
could you let me in?
Together on a bed
of berries.


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