No one notices the heater humming until
the heater is turned off then the silence hits
And I wonder does it hit you as well
because its so quiet here that I can almost hear your words
On two years worth of paper footballs
I want to forget these words I want to forget everything
I've grown accustom to your face
my fair lady I wish that this was never so

As the winter turns to spring I start to notice
everything growing alive again
Maybe this is a sign that I should
just be growing and become alive
Do you still wear my ring if so take it off
and tie it to a bird let him fly far away
Far far far away from Jackson, NJ
I want you to forget everything


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In Like A Lion, Out Like A Lamb song meanings
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