I cut the feathers from your hair
Planting my weird ideas inside your head
Scratching words below your stairs
It was probably important what they said

With red unwinding ribbons flying from your violin
In creaking rhythm, hidden peaches littering your lawn
Eighty fingers folded in a song
It was probably important

But I will ask when all is done
To only know that everyone is
Radiating, radiating sun
I need you to calm me down
Noise is all around
Hang me in the cradle of your radiating love

With groves of fruit trees growing smoky at our backs
And stolen fire decorating all our limbs
You come up to my chin
You keep me in your breathing skin

So please forgive me all I’ve done
You’re still my beautiful unwinding one
And I am calling all or none

And I will ask when all is done
To only know that everyone is
Radiating, radiating sun
But I need you to calm me down
Safe in your arms around
Me in the cradle of your radiating love

Now Father, listen, I’m a liar
Deep inside the devil’s mirror
Rolls your holy ghostly water
Thick and black and covered over
Mother, listen, in my visions
I’ve searched so long for bright solutions
Light to break my bones and heat to melt away my sins

But it will fix what I forgot
How could I be here if I’m not your
Radiating, radiating son?
And lover, this is all I’ve got
But please don’t keep me if I’m not your
Radiating, radiating sun
Hang me in the cradle of your radiating, radiating love



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