Evermore, gone but not forgotten
Anyway there's more
Evermore, lost but not for nothin'
Here but then, what for

When you soar, drop a thought for Stockton, out your airline door
And when you soar, toss that thought to Stockton, ask me on the phone
Are you good and gone?

Grieve like a freeway tree, old and grey
No love in your leaves
Grieve like a freeway tree, lonely days
No love in your leaves
No love in your leaves

Evermore, nothin' lasts forever
This was never yours
And Evermore, when remembering is what forgetting's for

And when you soar, drop a thought for Stockton, out your airline door
And when you soar, toss that thought to Stockton, ask me on the phone
Are you good and gone?

Grieve like a freeway tree, old and grey
No love in your leaves
Grieve like a freeway tree, lonely days
No love in your leaves
No love in your leaves
No love in your leaves
No love in your leaves
No love


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    General CommentHard to pin down, but it sounds like people breaking up, going their separate ways. Then the lonely feeling after, the memories that you can't forget but can't see the reason for remembering when they only bring you pain and sadness now (grieving the end of the relationship). The freeway tree feels put out and stuck as life passes it by.
    PairOFishon March 16, 2017   Link

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