"Low Branches" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
at least let's agree
that you fail miserably
isn't a satisfying end
for those too bold to pretend

broke a bowl in the shallows
now this night makes you yellow
once crushed at best
you became so much less

you can bury your feelings under low branches
there are some things you can't hide

I think that I'm finding the divide

one two three
one hundred and four
I lost count when our last tumbler hit the floor
you've got wrinkles on crows feet
and I owe you so much more

you can bury feelings under low branches
there are some things you can't hide

I think that I'm finding the divide

oh oh yeah


Lyrics submitted by duh138, edited by chunk2015

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