You look the same, nothing round you ever changed
Behind tall trees, plenty of grass and white pine leaves
This is not your world anymore

I sat in the car in the shadowed topiary gardens
I had long imagined where you lived
The skin of your palms and some strange pardon

All the colors of the dark
All the colors of the heart
All the colors of the dark
All the colors, you had left a mark
Change change, I got married on a Sunday afternoon

Summer singing, I am not the same
Still mark an X for days
It's not that things go away
Took you on a subterranean ride

Columbine and clover, grapes grow on the vine
I must have made years of surrender
You see it all the time

All the colors of the dark
All the colors of the heart
All the colors of the dark
All the colors, you had left a mark
Change change, I got married on a Sunday afternoon


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