You hung the phone, before I could tell you
That I'm not really so spontaneous
We took your car, I wish I had known
What laid in store for ones young as we were
I'll never recover
Twist on the road, I'm sick, you should know
But we're almost there
You said, "Just be patient"
I closed my eyes to forget the part
About the details of just where we're going
We talked for hours but what else to do?
I never had known that you were this sad, are you?
Things aren't the same between me and you
But I can try harder to make this all work through
You parked the car and ran toward the bridge
"hold on" I said, because you left the keys in
When I caught up, you were floating like a bird
In a pool by the woods
From which you would never emerge