13. How I Go
I could tell you the wildest of tales My friend the giant and traveling sales Tell you all the times that I failed The years all behind me, the stories exhaled And I’m drying out, crying out, This isn’t how I go… I could tell you of a man not so tall Who said, “Life’s a circus, and so we are small.” Tell you of a girl that I saw I froze in the moment and she changed it all And I’m drying out, crying out, This isn’t how I go Hurry now, lay me down And let these waters flow, flow Son, I am not everything you thought that I would be But every story I have told is part of me You keep the air in my lungs Floating along as a melody comes And my heart beats like tympani drums Keeping the time while the symphony strums And I'm drying out, crying out, This isn't how I go. Hurry now, lay me down And let these waters flow, flow Let it flow (let it flow) Let it flow (let it flow) Son, I am not everything you thought that I would be But every story I have told is part of me Son, I leave you now, but you have so much more to do And every story I have told is a part of you
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