"715 - CR∑∑KS" as written by and Justin Vernon....
Down along the creek
I remember something
Her, the heron hurried away
When first I breeched that last Sunday

Low moon don the yellow road
I remember something
That leaving wasn't easing all that heaving in my vines
And as certain it is evening at is now is not the time, ooh
Toiling with your blood
I remember something
In B, unrationed kissing on a night second to last
Finding both your hands as second sun came past the glass
And oh, I know it felt right and I had you in my grasp

Oh, then how we gonna cry
'Cause it once might not mean something
Love, a second glance
It is not something that we'll need
Honey, understand that I have been left here in the reeds
But all I'm trying to do is get my feet out from the creeks

And I see you
Turn around, you're my A-Team
Turn around now, you're my A-Team
God damn, turn around now
You're my A-Team


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"715 - CR??KS" as written by Justin Vernon

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    My InterpretationThis song feels like it is an account of a fight/conflict with a lover. It seems to be speaking of the unbelievable pain that is felt when such thing occurs. I see the line that says "That leaving wasn't easing all the heaving in my veins" is describing the anxiety one feels when they are suddenly distant from their partner. I see Justin as talking about trying to become grounded in the situation, which is what he means by "trying to get his feet out of the creeks". In the end, he is saying "don't go, you're my A-Team" and leaving it at that.

    This song reminds me so much of "Woods". The auto-tuned vocals of course, but also that it sounds so slurred, and almost drunk, just like woods. It's awesome!
    FarnzCo530on October 25, 2016   Link

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