I’ll need some convincing before I sleep
with a new heart where you once were next to me
ya you absence you’re just my type
you feel cooler on warmer nights, alright

There’s always a fallout
a sometimes subtle shift
of light pouring through an orange sky
the same general object’s a tiny bit different
your anchor’s a loose end
boat untethered, with a dull knife in your hand

And even an Evergreen can get sick you see
and in the end, Kerosene still needs a spark to light up the scene
and antiquity is filled with little stones like you and me
cracked and burdened with meaning like the Rock of Calvary

And I hear a whisper from right behind my wall
tone of voice, inflection in word choice
damn near identical
say a bang for her back
it’s one of two, a genius, a cynic
a short money mover, the most prescient act, ya

So look out to the garden
there’s a good deal of unrest
of marigolds repelling scores
of invasive insects to bats and a quick death

So wild and so surprised
I’m an aphid and you’re a carrot fly

And even an Evergreen can get sick you see
and in the end, Kerosene still needs a spark to light up the scene
and antiquity is filled with little stones like you and me
cracked and burdened with meaning like the Rock of Calvary


Lyrics submitted by tpeverett1, edited by radiofreeApollo

Rock of Calvary song meanings
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