"My Dear One" as written by and Nora Oberman Louisa Solomon....

Last night I almost flew to you
My sixth-floor window with a view
I never knew God to live in the traffic and the scaffolding

I used to think that I could dust off anything
Finding gems in wreckage my specialty
Patiently day one, patiently day two
Day three, patiently for you

Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you
Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you, my dear one

With bated breath, a step toward my earthquake
Nobody makes me wait
Apparently I've come undone
I want to bust the concrete open

I used to mine for the warmth you left behind
I used to live for unearthing the sweetness inside
Patiently day one, patiently day two
Day three, patiently for you

Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you
Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you, my dear one

Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you
Is the fault line true
I wonder if it runs to you, my dear one

If your love is truly gone
Then I would rather be with God, my dear one
If your love is truly gone
Then I would rather be with God, my dear one



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