Squeaky swings and tall grass The longest shadows ever cast The water’s warm and children swim And we frolicked about in our summer skin I don’t recall a single care Just greenery and humid air Then Labor Day came and went And we shed what was left of our summer skin On the night you left I came over And we peeled the freckles from our shoulders Our brand new coats were so flushed and pink And I knew your heart I couldn’t win ‘Cause the season’s change was a conduit And we’d left our love in our summer...Read More
Autore: death cab for cutie
We spread out and occupy the cracks in the urban streets. Idle now: I rearrange the furniture as you sleep. It’s so appropriate: the way we amplify the sound, and then the neighbors drop by and they ask (us) to turn it down again… We spread out and everyone is frightfully more aware. So impressed: The cocktail politics and obscure details. And it was true that I was truly failing. But you were gone and I was home calling around but nothing was found...Read More
It’s a backwards attraction to your forward eyes but you’re so far sighted that you can’t place trust in what or who you recognize we sped the Plymouth across the banks of the Mississippi river Mary Timony was smaller than a super ball… chitter-chatter all these secrets started giving me the shivers plain and simply broken down near Olympia I think your bruise was understated ‘cause you can’t feel this anymore it’s getting bluer and you can’t keep faking that you can’t feel this...Read More
Take a walk down Heaven Street The soil is soft and the air smells sweet Paul is waiting there And so is Franz Now only memories run on railway tracks. This road leads to Heaven. Waiting feet frozen to the ground The earth exploding with the gas of bodies Rifle butts To crush you down Now only flowers To idolize. This road leads to...Read More
When the wind picked up, the fire spread And the grapevine seemed left for dead And the northern sky looked like the end of days The end of days The wake-up call to a rented room Sounded like an alarm of impending doom To warn us it’s only a matter of time Before we all burn Before we all burn Before we all burn Before we all burn We bought some wine and some paper cups Near your daughter’s school when we picked her up And drove to a cemetery on a hill On a hill And we watched the plumes paint the sky gray As she laughed and danced through the field of graves There I knew it would be alright That everything would be alright Would be alright Would be alright Would be alright And the news reports on the radio said it was getting worse As the ocean air fanned the flames But I couldn’t think of anywhere I would’ve rather been To watch it all burn away, to burn away ”Burn Burn Burn” The firemen worked in double shifts With prayers for rain on their lips And they knew it was only a matter of...Read More
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