Worm Moon

by Ten Ton Flood




Just like that we were gone
We were on our way
Sitting in the Pinyon
There's a Woodhouse Jay
Looked above that cinder hill
Saw the worm moon rise
In that fleeting moment just passing by
In that fleeting moment just passing by
Guess I'm riding shotgun now
We got April in tow
The golden clouds set a drift in the indigo
Damn, you know that winter was cold as hell
Joshua's in the promised land, the best I can tell
Joshua's in the promised land, the best I can tell
Behind every shadow there's a light
Sometimes dim, most often bright
Splinters on the pages black and white
Behind every shadow there's a light
There's a pickup at the depot on the line
Behind the glass on the wall, it was frozen in time
And every time you look at it
You learn something new
Railroad ties in the sand, under shades of blue
Railroad ties in the sand, under shades of blue
Sipping from the nectar
There's a White-winged Dove
In your mind at the edge of time
Can you feel my love?
Where the rocky roads unravel
We'll swim in the sea
We can open the door pick a lock
'Cause we don't need a key
We can open the door pick a lock
'Cause we don't need a key
​Behind every shadow there's a light
Sometimes dim, most often bright
Splinters on the pages black and white
Behind every shadow there's a light
​Behind every shadow there's a light
Sometimes dim, most often bright
Splinters on the pages black and white
Behind every shadow there's a light

Written by: Romin Dawson

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