"Waterfall" as written by and Mackenzie Ruth Scott....
The rocks below, they bare their teeth
They all conspire to set me free
I sip my tea and contemplate
All the possibilities

Oh, waterfall, do you ever think
Maybe it'll all be better in the morning?
From way up here, it looks so calm
Do you ever make it halfway down and think
"God, I never meant to jump at all."?

The water flings itself
From the devil edge so easily
It doesn't hesitate
Or wonder if it's doing the right thing
No world-class dancer could compete
My head conspires to set me free

Oh, waterfall, do you ever think
Maybe it'll all be better in the morning?
From way up here, it looks so calm
Do you ever make it halfway down and think
"God, I never meant to jump at all."?

Nowhere to go but down
Nothing to do but drown
Nowhere to go but down
Nothing to do but drown

Oh, waterfall, do you ever think
Maybe it'll all be better in the morning?
From way up here, it looks so calm
Do you ever make it halfway down and think
"God, I never meant to jump at all."?


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"Waterfall" as written by Mackenzie Ruth Scott

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    General CommentPeople like to think this one is about suicide. I think it's about the creative process.
    It could be about both.
    ab12on July 13, 2015   Link

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