I Found You

by | Nov 30, 2005

Princes priests and diplomats are trying to explain
The times that we are living in the rumbling in my brain
Paupers teachers and railroad men are searching for a clue
I’ve got my questions but they can wait because I found you

The sun it rose again today had nothing on its mind
The tide it turned and clocks stood still and time it fell behind
Streets are filled with burning wood and smoke is turning blue
But I kept walking through somehow until I found you

Literature in the thorns of evening tide and rain dogs gone astray
Police car pursuits of institutes, let them go their way
Poets in cafes checking up on their lines their eyes are stuck like glue
In desperate attempts they’ll muse away of how I found you.

Religion and solitude are friends again and God is on my side
The law is still what it pretends to be and the moon still turns the tide
It’s alright to bleed if the wound will mend it depends on your point of view
The wounds I have you can’t see them now because I found you