Crash course in death
With every single breath
A shallow broken whisper comes to mind
A raspy “goodbye now”
The last words left behind
A little withered but mostly weathered
A legend that chose to nurture the bottom
And now in its place a legacy of full grown trees
One that I am proud to say I’ll be

Young trees rise up from the bottom
Doing what the old ones taught them
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday
I can hear your leaves

And with one last tractor ride
A slow blue through the green and brown
A boy with a heavy heart and mind
With every tool and every skill
He had to look inside himself to find the one to change direction
It was an classic reaction for one raised by the master

Young trees rise up from the bottom
Using what the old ones taught them
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday

Anchorless seeds still stuck in the weeds and I can't believe it
Tell me, only say good things and I will complete it
Drifting seeds still stuck in the weeds and I can't believe it
Tell me, only say good things and I will complete it

Young trees rise up from the bottom
Doing what the old one’s taught them
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday
From a world away, I can hear your leaves everyday
Your leaves everyday
Your leaves everyday


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Maple Boy song meanings
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