I took them in a dream to see you,
but you were not there at all
You were not there at all

While the birds and the bees
and the stones and the leaves
and the woods are gone
I can see that the woods are gone
I can see that the woods are gone

Well, the road to your house is snowy and white,
untraveled
I heard the crust unravel,
felt the crust unravel under my feet

And the way you are now,
calm as a breeze,
and the way you sometimes hit me
makes me falling at my knees

This is the day that would never come
This is the one we all come from

I went out to watch that sunrise
but there was no sunlight
There was no sunlight, you see

All the valleys and creeks,
oceans and peaks,
all the woods are gone
I can see that the woods are gone
I can see that the woods are gone

This is the day that would never come
This is the one we all come from
This is the day that would never come
This is the one we all come from


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