Music

Song of the Week: Lucy Dacus – “Dream State”

We woke up to the thunder.
We huddled under covers.
We didn’t say anything.
If you hadn’t come over,
I would be so much colder.
I would be much less confused.

And then the water came
and washed it all away.
It left me with nothing to say.
Could not believe my eyes,
I could not recognize
your face in the rubble.

Without you, I am surely the last of our kind.
Without you, I am surely the last of my kind.

We had a lot to measure.
We had more past than pleasure,
and time grows deep like weeds.
You catch me when I’m falling.
Sometimes, I wish you wouldn’t.
I can’t tell if I’m learning.

And then the water came
and washed it all away.
It left me with nothing to say.
Could not believe my eyes.
I could not recognize
your face in the rubble.

Without you I am surely the last of our kind.
Without you I am surely the last of my kind.
Without you I am surely the last of our kind.
Without you I am surely the last of my kind.
Without you I am surely the last of our kind.
Without you I am surely the last of my kind.

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