"After the Storm" as written by and Michael Trent Robinson Cary Ann Hearst....
Said I thought it would be colder
You put your head upon my shoulder
Ain’t it funny
How time just seems to run
What the hell have you been doin'
Not too sure, guess mostly movin'
I’ve been spinnin' for so long
Now I guess I’m spun

Like the widest river
Like the brightest morn
There is hope where you can’t see it
There is a light after the storm

But won’t you help me to get through it
I’ve been flailing like a child
My mistakes, they are so many
For my lovin heart is wild

Not quite old
But far from young
Body bold(?)
With a youthful tongue

Like a kiss held out of context
I can’t separate my mind
We can set this boat on fire
We can leave it all behind

Like the widest river
Like the brightest morn
There is hope just up ahead
There is a shelter safe and warm

But won’t you help me to get to it
I’ve been selfish
I have lied
My mistakes they are so many
For my ruthless is wild

Like the winds that shield the plains
And cut you down to size
None but the dust and seed remain
They root themselves and rise

Like the widest river
Like the brightest morn
There is hope where you can’t see it
There is a light after the storm

But won’t you help me to get through it
I’ve been flailing like a child
My mistakes they are so many
For my weary heart is wild


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"After the Storm" as written by Michael Trent Robinson Cary Ann Hearst

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