I’m calling out with the force of the sea, I can’t leave.
I won’t give up so easily, while you still breath.
I’m standing still, a statue in swells and seawalls.
They sing to you, the sirens that haunt your shipwreck.

The earth and the air only matter if you’re here.

I will wait for you, if this is the end.
Then I'll go with you, and we'll live again.
This life that I live’s not my own.
Each word here is one that I've stole.
Each motion and thought that I hold.
If you go, I go too.

I am the one inside of the tower, I keep the fire.
If I forget my purpose, then let the rocks cry.
When you return reach for the sea, and I will reach for the sky.
A selfless love, and eerie calm inside you.

The earth and the air only matter if you're here.
So come so close, let me whisper in your ear.

I will wait for you, if this is the end.
Then I'll go with you, and we'll live again.
This life that I lives’ not my own.
Each word here is one that I've stole.
Each motion and thought that I hold.
If you go, I go too.

My wrists are bound (for you)
Down here it is bedlam
You overwhelm me

The earth and the air only matter if you're here.
So come so close, let me whisper I am here.

I will wait for you, if this is the end.
Then I'll go with you, and we'll live again.
This life that I lives’ not my own.
Each word here is one that I've stole.
Each motion and thought that I hold.
If you go, I go too.


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