Chrysalis

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It occurs to me, that life won't ever be the same.
Now that the ocean's far away, from me.
I believe that we were never meant to flee,
But time and money let the bird cage swing
So we flew (oooooo), until the air was a little thicker
and the sky was a little more blue
Ooooh, when the dialect grew funny
And our claws planted roots.

Now I see how precious your love can truly be
When it's just you and and it's just me, alone.
And you bring me up, when I'm so high and I'm so low
A selfless slave unto my soul until we're old.
We bid adieu, Like a two person chain gang,
With nothing left to lose.
Ooooh, breaking rocks and tied with locks,
and clad with steel and orange suits.

Count to three,
Not your holy ghost, but me, and our family.
We're all we've got,
at least for the time being,
so let's not fall asleep or retreat.
So we flew (oooooo), until the air was a little thicker
and the sky was a little more blue
Ooooh, when the dialect grew funny
That's where our claws planted roots.

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from Collective Memory, released December 4, 2016

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