There's no beast,
obviously.
The floor just creaks,
obviously.
The morning with coffee was snowy and sweet,
and there was this small, snow-white dog
that was barking at our feet,
honestly.

drove all day to the vacant beach.
Grey mist hanging over the sea,
alleys clogged with magazines,
and the boardwalk is empty.
The house in the valley is open this week,
imagine the sea looking in
at the slowly moving sheets.
Honestly.

If you feel weak, leave it to me.
If you need sleep, leave it to me.
Need wool socks for your feet, leave it to me.
Need a walk on the beach, leave it to me.
An ear into which to weep, leave it to me.
A shoulder on which to sleep, leave it to me.

And leave it to me to not speak
when I pass you on the street.
Leave it to me to feel weak,
leave it to me to run from your feet.
Leave it to me to not speak
when I pass you on the street,
leave it to me to feel weak,
leave it to me, number thirty-three,
leave it to me.


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    General CommentI wonder if this song isn't some sort of questioning of the genuineness of Christ's "Sermon on the Mount". The reason I conjecture the song is about Christ is because Jesus is generally believed to have died (and accomplished all He promised His disciples) at age 33. But if this is correct about the general orientation of the song, there is still much in the details that I don't quite grasp the meaning of. Any thoughts?
    jaybird777333on February 19, 2008   Link

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