Somewhere out among the pines
I built a fire of hanging vines
Let it burn while treetops turned and swayed
Welcome home to my new friends
Out where the blacktop ends
Trees cast shadows that surround you
My heart feels buried deep
Under Union Street

Let's pack it up and slip away
To a house out in the woods
That's covered by some slow green pine
The air might do us good
Oh, lay me down in another town
And show me something good
And now everything has changed
And I can't seem to find a place
For all I have saved

I walked along old city streets
Cold canyons, dark and deep
And it felt like the end to me
Cause I come from lines of worry
Ships that never sailed to sea
All the hometown misery
Please take me from this place
Find another space

Let's pack it up and run away
We'll forfeit just to go
And we'll pretend to be the ones
That everyone should know
Oh, lay me down in another town
Convince me it's my home


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Lone Tall Pines song meanings
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