i am a tool for the land and the bones in my hand mean as much as sand. so when i look at the time and see 11:39, my anxious heart tick starts to not feel so right. i'm sorry for things and i'm sorry it seems that i have no faith in the most obvious things. please walk on my grave. plant on top flowers, but erase my name. i am a tool for the land and the bones in my hand mean as much as sand. so when i'm home at night, tired feeling right, i flip through the channels then turn out the light. i listen to them: "never borrow or lend". there'll be no sleep 'til i'm home again. please walk on my grave. plant on top flowers but erase my name.


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Witching Hour song meanings
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