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Spider  

I can feel it in my bones, feel it in the air
Like a bird without a home, I don’t really care
Populated to the brim, we are everywhere
I just travel to the end, end, end

If I knew another way, if I had the chance
To become another creature at my expense
Well I wouldn’t be myself, and that would be fine
I’d become a paradigm digm digm

Paradigm digm digm

With a slow and steady pulse
Emotions start to fade
And I wish that I could be
A spider on the wall
Close the door

Perfect Image of the one that I try to be
Perfect balance to the creature inside my dreams
No I wouldn’t be myself and that would be fine
I’d become a paradigm

Paradigm digm digm

With a slow and steady pulse
Emotions start to fade
And I wish that I could be
A spider in your bed
Turn the sheets

Cover you

Habits come and habits go, but here you stay, my special stow away
I have you close at hand, so help me understand

In the morning when you wake, what do you think, about the dawning
Is it easy to roll out? Does the sun invite you in?

Oh I think I’d like to get over your skin, wrap myself around you like a sheet so thin
You can fold me up and throw me in for a spin, then take me out to cover you again

Another April afternoon. It never rains. It only showers.
I watch it trickle down, behind the fabric of your coat.

Oh I think I’d like to get over your skin, wrap myself around you like a sheet so thinYou can fold me up and throw me in for a spin, then take me out to cover you again

You can fold me up and throw me in for a spin, then take me out to cover you again


Haunting Me

I feel the weight of the world taking off again
A wiry bird with a song singing out I feel
The eye of the storm in my head behind my lashes
Like a tinge or a spark, shooting from the ashes

What I get is what I see
And what I see is haunting me

I burn my tongue with sea salt and vinegar
I’ve a palace full of goods from all around the hemisphere
But nobody knows me, I wear my heart inside my throat
Their eyes press against me

What I get is what I see
And what I see is haunting me

It won’t be very easy, but it will be true
Somewhere there is a reason for all of this that you do
and it’s haunting me, it’s haunting me

What a mystery are we and all we are and
Everything that we want to be
And if it means that we only live and breathe
to bend our knees, cry, smile or sing

What I get is what I see
And what I see is haunting me

It won’t be very easy, but it will be true
Somewhere there is a reason for all of this that you do
and it’s haunting me, it’s haunting me

Sonnet

Love is without you and within you, all around you
Love captivates you, and destroys you, then at once evades you

If I had wings I still would never leave, ‘ve Got my feet down on the concrete floor
After all that time away, the earth keeps me secure
I’ve decided I have said goodbye too many times before
I’ve said goodbye, too many times

Love, disproportionate, insubordinate, intangible
As it slowly reveals you, against your wishes

If I had wings I still would never leave, ‘ve Got my feet down on the concrete floor
After all that time away, The earth keeps me secure
I’ve decided I have said goodbye too many times before
I’ve said goodbye, too many times

before
Don’t need another reason
to fall into another hazy dream
be it mine or someone else’s

If I had wings I still would never leave, ‘ve Got my feet down on the concrete floor
After all that time away, The earth keeps me secure
I’ve decided I have said goodbye too many times before
I’ve said goodbye, too many times

Love, hypersensitive, explosive, devastating
inflicting deep cuts that need healing

Words descriptive fit rightly within a sonnet

The River Wants to Swallow Me

The Force of attraction is heartless
It never lets me be honest
Sometimes I think I could row out to the ocean, get lost in the depths of it

But even more daunting is the boat that
floats me out there with you on it
I look at you, you look at me, I don’t know what’s come over me, but the rush is a thrill for me

Somebody hold me back, Somebody hold me back
The river wants to swallow me, the river wants to swallow me,
the water flows around my feet

Walking the thin line below love
walking the thin line above hate
we won’t be happy until we throw each other into the depths of it

Somebody hold me back, Somebody hold me back
The river wants to swallow me, the river wants to swallow me,
the water flows around my feet

Just think about it, it’s not hard
Probably easier than not, love
One little push and it’s over, Nothing to it, you know that you want to, just do it

Somebody hold me back, Somebody hold me back
The river wants to swallow me, the river wants to swallow me,
the water flows around my feet

Sometimes I think I could row out to the ocean, get lost in the depths of it

Get Me Down

I stood in the shower with my face up
And I heard the mountain waterfall
And as it flowed, I remembered the bonfire
From the day I lost my hold on you

Now I’m boarding a plane that will take me
Far away from here.
When last we spoke, your eyes darted downward;
An end to a brief consultation

I won’t let it get me down
This time I won’t be around
I’m walking away
When the stars show I won’t be found

That flame only lasted a second
But left the embers down my throat
The bridge is down but the fire is lifted
And now I don’t need your kisses

I won’t let it get me down
This time I won’t be around
I’m walking away
When the stars show I won’t be found

Our love was just like an ember that fizzled up in September…
and now it’s burned out of me, finally, everything’s out. I won’t be around and I

Won’t let it get me down
This time I won’t be around
I’m walking away
When the stars show I won’t be found

Deep Blue

Never knowing if tea’s in the kettle, she pours it into her mug.
What’s remaining has probably sat there for days.
When she brings it up to her lips, she doesn’t even taste the sip.
She’s thinking of endless waters rippling.

Wishing she could dive below the great divide.
Sinking, down into the deep blue.
She wouldn’t have to die, she’d go on living.
She’d be more alive than ever before.

He was holding a grudge and a headache, it never would leave him alone. He believed it was par for the course of his days. A result of his chronic indignation, life dealt him a low blow. On occasion he would find relief by the shore line.

Wishing he could dive below the great divide. Sinking down into the deep blue.
He wouldn’t have to die, he’d go on living. He’d be more alive than ever before.

One day he caught her deep blue eyes. Something about her brought him by. So suddenly easy to believe that he dove deep into

The great divide, Sinking, down into the deep blue.
He wouldn’t have to die, he’d go on living.
He’d be more alive than ever before.

Don’t Make Me Say I Love You

Don’t make me say I love you, I don’t want to
Don’t pull me closer to your lips
Then I will have to show you what you mean to me
And darling I don’t want you to know

Ooh, With every word I say
I push you away, but you still stay

Don’t make me follow you, l don’t want to go
on a journey, that is yours alone
Watching me wither inside of your shadow
Never to open my own window

Ooh, with every word I say
I push you away, but you still stay

Don’t worry, don’t think about it more than this
Cut through the thick density of this emotion

Ooh, with every word I say
I push you away, but you still stay

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