Everett, Jace - In The Garden Lyrics




He moved across the water
Until he made dry land
And drew up from the muddy banks
This very simple man

He reached into my brittle cage
Wanna help to lend a hand
And up until I saw your face
I didn't know I'd need a plan

The fruit falls from the branches
The scales fall from our eyes
The world spreads out before us
And love is all I find

In the garden
Won't you stay with me
In the garden
Darling never leave
In the garden
I don't want
I don't want to be free

The years they never get to him
The way they get to you and me
Guess it's true, what ophidian said
I was blind and now I see

The crimson kiss that's on our lips
That ain't nothing but a stain
From love that never could forgive
The simplest growing pains

In the garden
Won't you stay with me
In the garden
Say you'll never leave
In the garden
I don't want
I don't want to be free

What we were meant to find there
Was never made too clear
But footsteps in the darkness
Won't run me out of here

In the garden
Won't you stay with me
In the garden
Say you'll never leave
In the garden
Won't you stay with me
I don't want
I don't want to be free





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