If I could dive straight in
With no clothes or oxygen
Into two lakes
There'd be a splash, there'd be waves

And if I could die again
The way I died the day I ran to stand in place
I would be flowing, I would be saved
There'd be dancing all around our graves

Well I ran with you through flame and gold
But you turned back to me with socks on your feet
And you gave me your dress to hold
And I swore to you, you asked how I knew
The god in the ashtray, the pie in the sky
I left in the morning, but I don't know why

If I could dive straight in
With no clothes or oxygen
Into two lakes
There'd be a splash, there'd be waves

And if I could tie your heart
Bind up the places where it's been breaking and shaking apart
So chipped and green like the ocean's art
Then this ghost you've pinned to me is enough to start

Well I ran with you through blue and rose
As the light above spread from your spine to your head
And you cried for the loves you chose
And I swore to you, and it was true
When I shook your shoulders, the shock in your eyes
I left in the morning but I don't know why

Well I ran with you through sky and stones
When you looked in my eyes and you said you were fine
Was it midnight on your own?
And I swore to you, the things I do
It was salvation, but it was a crime
I left in the morning and I don't know why

If I could dive straight in
With no clothes or oxygen
Into two lakes
There'd be a splash, there'd be waves


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