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Cactus

on February 14, 2013
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Sitting here wishing on a cement floor
Just wishing that I had just something you wore
 
I put it on when I go lonely
Will you take off your dress and send it to me?
 
I miss your kissin' and I miss your head
And a letter in your writing doesn't mean you're not dead
 
Just run outside in the desert heat
Make your dress all wet and send it to me
 
I miss your soup and I miss your bread
And a letter in your writing doesn't mean you're not dead
 
So spill your breakfast and drip your wine
Just wear that dress when you di yi yi yi yine
 
D -A -V -I -D
 
Sitting here wishing on a cement floor
Just wishing that I had just something you wore
 
Bloody your hands on a cactus tree
Wipe 'em on your dress and send it to me
 
Sitting here wishing on a cement floor
Just wishing that I had just something you wore
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Sunday

on February 14, 2013
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Nothing remains
We could run when the rain slows
Look for the cars or signs of life
Where the heat goes
Look for the drifters
We should crawl under the bracken
Look for the shafts of light on the road
Where the heat goes
Everything has changed
 
For in truth, it's the beginning of nothing
And nothing has changed
Everything has changed
For in truth, it's the beginning of an end
And nothing has changed
And everything has changed
 
(first voice)
In your fear
Of what we have become
Take to the fire
Now we must burn
All that we are
Rise together
Through these clouds
As on wings
 
(2nd voice)
In your fear, seek only peace
In you fear, seek only love
In your fear, seek only peace
In you fear, seek only love
In your fear, in your fear
As on wings
 
This is the trip
And this is the business we take
This is our number
All my trials, Lord
Will be remembered
Everything has changed
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