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(Verse One)

Standing on the ridge, about as tall as I can be

Collecting the chestnuts from the chestnut tree

Want to take them home or least to where you roam

 

Walking through the meadow, not a sign of life around

Trying to pick the daisies that are rising from the ground

Want to take them home or least to where you roam

 

Just a sign to let you know that my bones still ache for you

 

(Verse Two)

Bleeding from the thorns that have been poking at my arms

Swimming through the rivers after trekking through the farms

Want to get back home or least to where you roam

 

Riding wild horses, catching fish with grizzly bears

Memorizing poems on the way to climb your stairs

Want to take them home or least to where you roam

 

Just a sign to let you know that my bones still ache for you

Just a sign to let you know that my bones still ache


Just a sign to let you know that my bones still ache for you

Just a sign to let you know that my bones…still, ache, for, you...