Tides

from by Hanging Hills

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Well on this loom of life, I spin fibers in strife
For I know one day my textile will be torn
But not to try a task for fear that it won't last
Is to lead a shadowed life, unborn and forlorn

You're a stranger now I know
I've been running down the road
Alone, looking for to find a home

And I think about how you went away
And how my life stayed, it just remained
So mundane, and yours probably changed for the better
Now I'm walking through this rain
There's a storm in my head, it's a hurricane
But I've got love to give and get
And I've got time to reverse regret

And I'm looking east at dawn at the sun coming on
And soon it'll shine and gleam on my face so strong

Well on this ship of love that I am a captain of
It will not go without prevailing winds
And if that ship don't go, for those winds they do not blow
I guess we'll have to set sail for separate seas

Sincere enough, I know
But the water stung my eyes
We'll let the lunar-pull control our tides

And I'll think about how you sailed away
And how my life stayed, I just remained
So mundane, and you probably changed for the better
Now I'm walking through this rain
There's a storm in my head, it's a hurricane
But I've got love to give and get
And I've got time to reverse regret

And I'm looking west at dusk at the sun go down
And soon night will fall but tomorrow the light will be back around

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from Sewn, released February 2, 2016

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