(self) Portrait

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Come out on your own, you do it by yourself.
Make your presence known, if nobody helps.
Taken to a grave, where everything is lost.
Fall down on the ground, wishing I could walk.

Seems like I’m onto you
Heaven’s too far to hold on to
Wrapping my arms all around you, again

Move to run away – we see it all the time –
When you try to leave, throw it all behind (like you could leave it all behind)

Seems like I’m onto you
Heaven’s too far to hold on to
Wrapping my love up around you, again

If you want to stay, keep it in your mind.
Try to run away, livin’ out your worried life, ah.
If you want to be a stranger in your time,
Keep it locked away – hidden up inside your mind, ah
Isn’t there a place we knew when we were young?
It got lost away, hidden by the things we ought to become.

Seems like I’m onto you
Heaven’s too far to hold on to
I’d rather be without you

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from Narrations, released June 6, 2013
Room Inhabitant: Betsy Nichols

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