I’m never going back to the world I know
A blanket of clouds everywhere I go
And it don’t mean nothing when you’ve got too much
But a fool can tell when you’ve got enough

At the last cry when you close your eyes
Always come to take you through
And lay you down in perfect rows when the spirit leaves your bones

I’ve always thought I’d live in stone
A child in time never going home
But as the years pass on and the more I learn
One day I too will take my turn

At the last cry when you close your eyes
Always come to take you through
And lay you down in perfect rows when the spirit leaves your bones

I can see what’s taking hold
The blinding lines everywhere I go
Don’t belong here anymore
Taken to a distant shore

Darkness falls on the open plains
And the cardboard house goes up in flames
As the smoke makes shapes of the dead and gone
The bones in the grass are still holding on

At the last cry when you close your eyes
Always come to take you through
And lay you down in perfect rows when the spirit leaves your bones

I can see what’s taking hold
The blinding lines everywhere I go
Don’t belong here anymore
Taken to a distant shore


Lyrics submitted by Poofengle

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