To The Key Of Evergreen

Album: Transit Blues (2016)
  • You hang your hand out the car window
    We travel by the roadway's hum
    See the signs pass
    Watch the fields go by
    Every mailbox
    Every streetlight

    Right here with me: exist amongst the wheat
    Amidst the leaves you watch listlessly
    To the key of evergreen, I listen to the whisper

    We'll climb the mountains before we meet the sea
    The rain will stop eventually
    I'll drive slow across black ice
    And you'll be safe to rest your eyes

    Soon enough the sun will go down; but it's no bother, I'm not tired
    It's no bother
    I'm not tired I'm not tired

    We'll climb the mountains before we meet the sea
    The rain will stop eventually
    I'll drive slow across black ice
    And you'll be safe to rest your eyes

    We'll climb the mountains before we meet the sea
    The rain will stop eventually
    I'll drive slow across black ice
    And you'll be safe to rest your eyes

    My lovely
    My lovely
    You'll be safe to rest your eyes Writer/s: Jeremy DePoyster, Mike Hranica, Andy Trick, Kyle Sipress, Jonathan Gering
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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