The Northwest Corner

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I look into the distance
But I’m afraid of what I’ll find
I hear the thunder rolling like the drums
That play on my mind

As I see the changing faces
Of a worn out world in tears
And as I call to you I know
That youre no longer here

But somehow I know
I just wish that you
Would tell me when

Now some get high on life,
Some get high on money
Youre laughing because youre high,
But not because its funny

If seeing is believing
Well then I must be blind
I don’t believe I’ve seen anything
That could ever change my mind

And somehow I know, I’ll see you again
I just wish that you
Would tell me when

So now I’m standing on your doorstep,
Looking through the broken glass
I see a smouldering apparition
Of all the times that have passed

I can see that painted ship
Way out on it’s painted ocean
The canvas it is still, but still
I can see the water’s motion

Somehow I know,
I’ll see you again
I just wish that you
Would tell me when
Now I must go
I can’t linger any longer
But I’ll see you, one day on the Northwest corner

credits

from Goodbye Marie, released March 10, 2015
The Northwest Corner:
Accoustic Guitars - Hugh Kearns & Kerr Campbell/ Piano, Organ & Saxophone - Tim Brough/ Bass - Kester Jones, Flute - Jen McDonald/ Electric Guitar - Gavin Gordon Drums - Gonzalo Mendez

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