I Felt Some Range Of Light

from by Coal Moon



I had my heart broken by a lovely thing
I felt some range of light in my early-twenties
I emptied my pockets of mistakes
We know I had too many

Come back to me

A two trick pony who never learned how to tell a lie
Went and showed me a brand new trick: how to turn a blind eye

I got stuck on a mountaintop, I couldn’t cry for help
I came down eventually but I was somebody else.

And oh, it’s the same thing in all of the same light

And oh the night what it goes and does to me
And that golden loss is the same to me
As it will ever even try to be
Unless you one day come back to me

I got stuck on a mountaintop I couldn’t cry for no help
I came down from the mountaintop
And I was somebody else

I stood right back again
And learned the same thing
In the same old light
A monolith with the wrong name
Carved in the wrong arm
On the right night
I should have looked out

Came back again
And stared at the wrong moon
I can't remember the night
When I thought it would be good
To sever all the lines
You should have looked out


from You Can't Have The Blues In An Indian Summer, released August 30, 2013



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