Fairweather

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Verse 1:
Sitting on the lawn,
You were here but now you're gone.
Gone away.

I can see you now,
Even though you're not around.
You're trapped up in my head.

Maybe it'd be best,
To give your thought a rest.
My brain is such a mess.

And pack up all your things,
And take it all away,
And leave this all behind.

Chorus:
Will you ever see me
like you did before,
when I was the man that
you were looking for?

Will you ever know me,
like you did so long ago,
before I was just
somebody you used to know?

Verse 2:
Watching years fly by.
Defeated but I still try.
I don't know why.

And it's easy to forget
the tricks your mind will play
and words a mutinous heart will say.

And you have told me why,
but you should know that I,
I'm not satisfied. I don't buy it.

So will this never end?
Our bond never to mend?
To stay fairweather friends?

(Repeat Chorus)

credits

from Chalk Dinosaur, track released November 12, 2009
Piano parts written and performed by Harrison Wargo.

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