They leap upon you: Days of trauma; fire and thunder; shame and fright.
Some to grieve through, some that tattoo the skin you're in, your dreams at night.

Seems sometimes you've got wolves around you, you're terrified by the ghosts that hound you. But it gets better, this stormy weather. Its tethered to this time of life.

Had this friend when I was a young man, showed me how to fly a kite.
Not the fun kind, those that help find the people stumbling towards the light.

Seems sometimes you've got wolves around you, you're terrified by the ghosts that hound you. But you've got friends who love to know you. Show you through this time of life

Someday soon all the trees will blossom, the floods recede and these fields you'll cross them. And exaltation, jubilation: The stations to both times of life.

Seems sometimes you've got wolves around you, you're terrified by the ghosts that hound you. Someday soon all the trees will blossom, the floods recede and these fields you'll cross them. And exaltation, jubilation: The stations to both times of life.


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