it's not as easy as it used to be
i can't face my fear
i know this is nothing that you're used to
i still feel your hands around my neck
but it feels like my heart's so far from home
there's no need for the sky when we never look up
like asking trees to reach for the stars to grow in the night
these trees grow on rot instead of roots
land lays unhinged revealing what we let happened
let's head westward where land is still green
we'll build sunburn city; we won't have to worry
none of this matters much, no point to be concerned
we'll build sunburn city; we won't have to worry
we'll live our lives cautiously without excitement
we'll build sunburn city; we won't have to worry
disregard the promises of adventure
It's getting hard to breathe in these walls
she's not breathing
did i build them myself?
or did i build them with her?
says daniel to the flock
we'll be happy. let's go. hurry
open air slips by under ruffled feathers wide
never wandered so far
everything is exactly the way it has to be
i've learned to face my fear
i know this is something you'll get used to
i still feel your arms around my neck


Lyrics submitted by kake2k

Love What You Hold (Part IV) song meanings
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