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Under the canopy
sheltered and stark
uprooting the dark
I came here to grieve and breathe it away
to sing for the age of all of our days
I’d come if you call
heal if you stall
the bristle of cones and seeds as they fall
start digging into the layers of lines
that run through our soft minds

These heavy bones have become hollow now, hollow now
these heavy bones have become hollow now

It’s sad when it ends
funny in jokes
laughter and strung out from all these hours and no sleep
I’ll pull you along
I’ll portage you round sandbars and muck
then lift you down to gentle waters and grab you strong
when this stuff gets rough I’ll be hangin’ around
so come on believe the darkness is just light turned upside down

These heavy bones have become hollow now, hollow now
these heavy bones have become hollow now, hollow now
these heavy bones


Lyrics submitted by scoobysnack

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