Don't Forget There's Plants (feat. London Lawhon)

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Jim Flannery is a country music artist known for his heartfelt lyrics and soulful singing style. He has gained a dedicated fan base through his relatable songs that often touch on themes of love, loss, and the simple joys of life. With his distinct voice and authentic storytelling, Jim Flannery has made a name for himself in the country music scene. more »


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If there's a beginning and a middle and an end

This is where I wait, for the person that I love
Until they get back, from wherever they have gone

Then we're somewhere in between the beginning and the middle

Growing in the dirt with the microbes and the worms
That can't be heard without a shovel in your hand and an ear to the ground
From a seed there is knowledge that we know now to be true
To experience yourself and learn it's like a book without the glue
Visions, indifferences, memories, and scars
Are there mysteries in the earth that are missing from the stars

If vaporizers are the future of cannabis and tabacum
Will the truth persist so we can remember where plants come from

If there's a beginning and a middle and an end

This is where I wait, for the person that I love
Until they get back, from wherever they have gone

Then we're somewhere in between the beginning and the middle

N. rustica and c. sativa on the shelves in patterns like blue dreams in purple skies
Who the f*ck are you, what did you come to share, how important is your story
And how are you to be used for your good intentions to be true

Back to the root of the issue
Fertilize your soul and grab yourself a tissue
Cause legalized emotions are not just for the few

Are you safe or dangerous
Are you worth the try
Does your name matter
How much can we buy
What species is a hybrid, how about tobacco too
If I don't know what I'm smoking, then how the f**k would you

How can we tell the truth, without someone who knew
Not just where its planted, and not just how it grew
I'm talking about a truth, that not only shamans knew
It's not quantum mechanics, and I'm not claiming that I do

If there's a beginning and a middle and an end

This is where I wait, for the person that I love
Until they get back, from wherever they have gone

Then we're somewhere in between the beginning and the middle

Photos of the leaves would be nice to see
Where do you come from, what color are your eyes
Are there so many varieties or just some in disguise
Are you sticky, are you icky, has your flower run dry
Why are you so accessible, when your seed's so hard to find
Have you been fucked by governments, or religious groups who
Couldn't find the space to explore the world with you
You're so understanding and forgiving too
Why can't we find the time to take care and nurture you

This is where I wait, for the person that I love
Until they get back, from wherever they have gone

Though I've read Alexander, I've not lived in rat park
If connection's what's been lacking, where went the magic from the start
What once was fun, transcribes a book undone
Is it patience or persistence that's been lost or won

Can the secrets of the sacred be shared this fast
How much time's passed, since what's remembered stays to last
Where's the doubt when time's this spread out
Is there connection to what's spiritual, that may be found without

What is it we're looking for? Love and gratitude
Or a humbling acquaintance that's out looking for food
We're all in this together, yet we've got attitudes
And fighting for survival, is just want plants do

Like parsley and thyme, tea and ginger root
We shouldn't need an herbalist to tell us what they do
Yet a potato in a field has eyes that can see through you
As our vibrations in the earth, echo them a tune

If there's a beginning and a middle and an end

This is where I wait, for the person that I love
Until they get back, from wherever they have gone

Then we're somewhere in between the beginning and the middle

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