No More Walks In The Wood

Album: Long Road Out Of Eden (2007)
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  • No more walks in the wood
    The trees have all been cut down
    And where once they stood
    Not even a wagon rut appears along the path
    Low brush is taking over

    No more walks in the wood
    This is the aftermath
    Of afternoons in the clover fields

    Where we once made love
    Then wandered home together
    Where the trees arched above
    Where we made our own weather
    When branches were the sky

    Now they are gone for good
    And you, for ill, and I
    Am only a passer-by

    We and the trees and the way
    Back from the fields of play
    Lasted as long as we could
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  • Dale from Boise, IdBeautiful harmony and words. Love the simplicity of the arrangement.
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