Get Good

Album: Rabbits On The Run (2011)
  • Are the echoes coming back to you?
    Is wisdom seeing patterns on a loom?
    Like a blanket around you
    You were weaving colors, when I saw you

    Put your velvet on the moonlight
    Or have you lost your constellation eyes?
    Well you could give it time
    I wish I could be there
    Wish I could make it right

    And don't you worry, you'll soon be on the mend
    And that's no trick, that flicker of radiance
    And you'll feel lucky, darling I'm sure of it
    You'll figure it out, and get good again

    Na na na na na na
    Na na na na na na na

    A stonewall run and hills of green
    A golden dust, a dandelion sea, a bout of sorcery
    Oh it's been so long since fall is so serene
    It's been so long

    But don't you worry, you'll soon be on the mend
    And that's no trick, that flicker of radiance
    And you'll feel lucky, darling, I promise you this
    We'll figure it out and get good again

    Na na na na na na
    Na na na na na na na

    You said you don't know why you don't feel free
    No, it's not true pride, I know what you mean
    I want to thank you for being so good to me
    I just wanted you to know

    Are the echoes coming back to you?
    Is wisdom seeing patterns on a loom?
    Like a blanket around you
    And we'll look for each other and I'll look out for you
    And we'll look out for each other

    And don't you worry, you'll soon be on the mend
    And that's no trick, that flicker of radiance
    And you'll feel lucky, darling, I'm sure of it
    We'll figure it out, yeah, we'll feel good again


    Well I'll figure it out, and get good again
    Well I'll figure it out, and get good again
    I'll figure it out, and get good again

    Na na na na na na
    Na na na na na na na

    In a dream, a dandelion field in a dream
    A dandelion field in a dreamWriter/s: VANESSA CARLTON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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