I know what my weaknesses are
probably better than you do
revolutionary Chinese propaganda
the color of blue
I thought I knew what my weaknesses were
anyway
and then the orange tree blossomed
last Saturday
there was nothing in it but pain for me

I know what can hurt me real bad
and what can't hurt me anymore
I am learning to rise up with the sun
and I am learning what sleep good is for
I thought I figured out the world
and it's circular way
but then I saw the sun fall down
out of the sky the other day
there was nothing in it but pain for me

squirrel climbing trees in bloom
soft yellow light spilling into the room
my favorite records
my favorite books
the people I love
the people I almost love
light beckoning
wind whistling
hey hey
hey hey
daybreaking
river rolling
hey hey
la la la la


Lyrics submitted by fuckedupdog, edited by jtk1993

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    My InterpretationTo me this song is about someone's relationship from depression, and the way everyday things can evoke huge emotional responses seemingly out of nowhere. About being depressed when suddenly you are struck by something beautiful that pulls you out of your numbness and fills you with raw, choking emotion, all the joy and sadness you had been pushing aside released by something mundane for a moment. It's about in that moment all the things that make life worth living and trying to hold on to them, starting to get better.
    Or something like that.
    lysandercuron December 30, 2015   Link

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