Thought I'd seen the last of you
Falling again.
I'm the roof and I need sun
Two feet under, I'm done

I thought it was the sky,
Thought the cracked plaster was night,
Chips of paint reflected light,
Light upon you.
Thought my water weight was fine,
Blended in with ice I'm heavy.

Out in the woods in the pouring rain,
Our telephones, will they never ring?
Our telephones, will they never ring?

This is the worst place you could be,
Stuck beneath me very deep
Hope this wasn't what you dreamt,
Elbows up and trying to breathe.

Thought you were the moon,
Lying sideways like you do,
Eyes are craters small and blue,
Shining brightly.
Looking simple and serene,
Talking in your sleep, saying Goodnight.

Out in the woods in the pouring rain,
Our telephones, will they never ring?
Our telephones, will they never ring?

Out in the woods in the pouring rain,
Our telephones, will they never ring?
Our telephones, will they never ring?

I must have fallen on you (4x)


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