Let's take a long walk, along the cost out on these western United States; where the pelican sits.
And we must bait the hook and toss it in, and hope for something huge, to grab onto.
But these days, we spill our own guts on the pier, and for a moment we fly, before we drown.
And this is our way now, and i can hardly see a way out of this, and this is our way now.
And the sand is tiny time telling boulders, migrating through your toes; these footprints can wash away.
Although the water may try, it only retreats, when it sees the whites of your eyes.
And the sun, life giving star above, disgusted, lashes back, it just might set for the last time.
And this is our way now, and i can hardly see a way out of this, and this is our way now.
The day may come, 'cause there comes a day for everyone,
When it all starts making sense; or lack thereof.
'Cause we've been staring at these same few walls, in this maze that we've been running all along; with no end in sight, no view of the prize, but we'll sure as hell try; i will try.
Yeah, we'll try.


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