Silver Jews – The Wild Kindness Lyrics

Behind the walls of medication I’m free. Bluebirds lodged in an evergreen altar…
I’m gonna shine out in the wild silence
and spurn the sin of giving in. Every falling leaf in a compact mirror
hits a target that we can’t see. SILVER JEWSThe Wild Kindness Lyrics
I wrote a letter to a wildflower
on a classic nitrogen afternoon. I died my hair in a motel void
met the coroner at the Dreamgate Frontier
He took may hand said I’ll help you boy
ff you really want to disappear
Four dogs in the distance
each stands for a silence. The year ends in the next room
It is autumn and my camouflage is dying
instead of time there will be lateness
and let forever be delayed. Grass grows in the icebox. Some power that hardly looked like power
said I’m only perfect in an empty room. Oil paintings of x-rated picnics. Four dogs in the distance
each stands for a kindness. Bluebirds lodged in an evergreen altar…
I’m gonna shine out in the wild kindness
and hold the world to its word.