Fault Lines
Fault Lines

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by The Henrys

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Fault Lines Lyrics

Icebergs calve, fall and crash
Ten thousand years gone at the flick of an ash
Somehow the sound of water, reminds me of my father
And this future for our daughter
But what can we say, of tomorrow today
It's a still life but it's still life and it might be okay
We could scheme all day and night
You with the key, me, holding the light
Plans on our lap, pins in an ancient map
While fault lines crack the thick opaque of a clueless lake we skate
And where hides our son, when the hot winters come
And how are his friends and new family?
It might well turn out just fine
Kids now so smart, kids now so kind
That counts for something, doesn't it? doesn't it count for something
It's gotta count for something, doesn't it
Doesn't it help in the fragile light, of a still summer night
When the sun cooks fruit on the cherry tree
Will there be room left for you and merry me

Writer(s): Don Rooke
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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