He Is Legend Lyrics
4. Mushroom River
The trees are alive. They held their arms up high, And with a whisper they sighed. Your name against the wind. Your skin was surprised. Your hair grew out to cover, Your new blisters. I tried, To learn about your sin. I used to be you. And you used to be me. Her body is a drug. That's why you feel so crazy. We are the things that were, And we shall be them again. Although these were all dreams, you will never wake from them. That's when someone spoke. The crippled river decided, His legs were not broke. And stood up above me. I watched as he choked, And threw up all the ships, That had been buried. I woke, With you next to me. I used to be you. And you used to be me. Her body is a drug. That's why you feel so crazy. We are the things that were, And we shall be them again. Although these were all dreams, you will never wake from them. Hello, wanderer. I, wish you'd let me talk to her. I, have so much to say And hello, magic man. Please, teach me to stand again. There, there is so much to see. And hello, honey child. You sure can drive me wild. I wish you'd let me peak. And hello, strangest stranger. I hate to put your life in danger. You are the one I seek. You must have lost your mind. Scratched off the warning sign. I watched the dancers bow. Just as the ghost wolf howled.
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