Nowhere

from by Adam and the Flood

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Produced by Echo Finch
Lyrics and vocals by Adam and the Flood

lyrics

Left alone by the side of the road
The dust still clinging to the air
Nowhere to go
There's no moon and we could be anywhere
I followed you on a feeling
A hunch that crunches underneath my shoes
Gravel smoking from tires that are grinding to a halt
I saw your eyes close in the rearview
You said that you saw a shadow
It could of been anything
Running circles around the quiet
My stomach rumbled and squeezed
Begging for protein to revive it
But it was empty
And it would tempt me to beg at the next headlights to pass by
But I worried that you would double back
And the train tracks are the only way to stay to alive

Gotta a run away
The doors are closed the windows are shut
Gotta get away Gotta get away
Wait for the train to pick me up

I am not guilty
I am reckless
A sheperd that's flockless
I'm a pastor that's drunk off the words of a vonnegut psalm
I've been bouncing through towns that collapse and capsize
With payphones that are hollow
And screaming find me a place that I belong
Will and american terror for the ghosts that still fight
For opportunity that's big enough
To fit through the bullet holes in their street signs

I see you under the tree
Happy as can be
Knowing that there's chaos underneath the fields
Rebellion mixed with water
Plotting with the sun to make shields
Well, it's a good thing you left me in the middle of nowhere
Well, it's a good thing you left me in the middle of nowhere
Well, it's a good thing you left me in the middle of nowhere

Gotta a run away
The doors are closed the windows are shut
Gotta get away Gotta get away
Wait for the train to pick me up

credits

from COPE pt 1, released June 30, 2020

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