"In the Back of the Garden" as written by Gregory Jamie, David Rogers-berry, Gabe Darling, Jesse Newman and Bob Pycior....
In the back of the garden
buried in dirt to the bone
I held ghosts in my arms
deathless because of it all
past the desert and cascading light
breathing what's left of the air, oh

I'll wait 'til I'm starving
I'll wait 'til I'm home

I have figured a half waking bend
and the risen will all still pretend
that they fuck under stars
falling asleep in her hands

I'll wait 'til I'm starving
I'll wait 'til I'm home

deep in the morning chatter
we can go pitter patter
laid out by hands will flatter
we can go in
all lakes with bad intentions
half faced with good erections
all lakes and precipices
we can go in, we can go in

fall through the air
and covered in stones
and what's left of the earth has gone by
waiting for life
in the dust of the fallen
what's left be has just been revived
and gone by


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