With the greenery that surrounds me
(like a falling feeling)
Just a walk through the open country
It inflates me with an entirely different perspective
(when I drive)
After a winter with nothing left, you need a place to rest your head
And a great escape to make your hands warm
We will sleep again, when we feel it in our blood
We will rest your hands, when the time comes
I will open up my skin
(where's the heart? covered in concrete)
And let this small town in with love
(it yells "get up, shut up, move on")
I will breathe this in
(New England trees)
Let it fill my lungs
(reappearing)
There should be a scar from the hours we've wasted at work
Why should living be something we earn?
There should be a mark from the launch when we outgrew this earth
This ship keeps up safe until we return


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Beverly Wyatt song meanings
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