Saturday Night Inside Out

Album: Wildflower (2016)
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  • We inaugurate the evening
    Just drumming up a little weirdness

    It gets late so early now
    The waves come in in mountain phases
    I'd see fire where it's not supposed to be

    I first saw her in a mega store
    The day-glow raven born into a free fall

    The fulfillment of a 10th grade prophecy
    A motel masterpiece

    Blind to the branching possibilities
    Teardrops were standing in my eyes
    Like deer before they bolt

    I adored the way she modified my mornings
    When I'd wake up in the calm shoals of her bed
    Somersaults or smoke in a universe of sleep
    Before she slipped into her heritage and disappeared
    And she taught me to relight, relight and relight again Writer/s: ANTHONY DI BLASI, DAVID BERMAN, ROBERT CHATER
    Publisher: DUCHAMP, INC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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