Insurmountable amounts of Vitamin D I often work myself up And then it's time to leave To do the packing, the self coaching Flying through a cloudy sky Don't drink the coffee Beware what you touch Nothing is washed or well kept Unless I'm beyond exhausted It's hard to nestle in, get shut eye And every time I come back to the south I find it harder to speak Plainly And with feeling.
But it's a rescue haven Filled with warm buttered sunrises and sundowns That I don't much gaze into Because it's good to huddle under a blanket In my ocean sea bat cave.
I did it I'm cutting to the heart, the meat Every time I've thought to pick up a pen And figure it out I've felt so locked up And I want to celebrate you And I want to celebrate me We should all feel so worthy and beautiful.
A show of skin Baby remember when You held me in your arms, a kiss so passionate "I'll talk to you soon" You said three times I wasn't concerned Of course you would.
It's been a ******* hard time Especially for your generation And the one above you Idols are dying Everyone is sighing This is us, we voted and chose this way Because it's us we want to stay On top of the mountain of wealth With little hiccup or chance For those with wayward grins Or a darker skin Than what our Pappy spanked us with a belt And instilled in us our own self treasure.
And though I speak as though I am some part of this we My lampshades are bright and there's plenty of light For you and you.
I could write for ages About anything and everything Mirrors surround me and look back at me And I calm and reassure The sunrise The sunset The flights The circumspect.