what's the hangman doing up there?
did he climb up all on his own?
there's a mourning that breaks everyday
these are things we've seen in the past
history is still in tack

and the mile
i woke up on
can't explain
things i don't have with you
oh sara snow

what's the most that you'll ever pay
keeping you in silver gates
slip on love
when it's part of the ground
run the hangman out of town
and i swear
with the warmth of day
and that part
you can't explain
oh sara snow
i want to remember things
just as they are
with the balance of the golden age-oh
like when you had me right in your hand
made me feel like an elementary man

i've been around a while
and i've seen new things come in style
from the back
you say you saw him slow down
let's get you home
oh sara snow
let your family go


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