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Enderly

This song is by Balance Problems and appears on the album There's Life In The Trees (2007).

I'm sitting down inside the shower
As beads of water climb my veins
The tile floor is cold beneath me
The steam is fogging mirror panes

I'm making mental notes of halls I've walked
And pills I've yet to take
I've recovered slow and hope that
I'll be seeing you today

White lights flash below and flicker
The city wakes as I still sleep
In an electric bed my arm is fed
I feel the glowing TV screen

The clever clock above will sing out
At every hour's chance it has
I'm feeling lonely less 'cause you've been here
The time will surely pass

I've been kept inside for too long now
I'm begging you to break me out
They've medicated me for days
I'm living in a foreign place
I've been wasting away
But I figured out that healing starts
When I can see your face

Now I'm looking out my window
The cars are moving so slow
The grass absorbs some rays of sun below

A sharpened needle breaks my skin
And I'm waiting for the medicine
To take me to a world devoid of loneliness

Now I'm sinking to the bottom
Of an ocean under me
The lights are dimming from the surface
And muffled noises surround me

I've lost the sense of touch
But love is still inside my dream
Of perfect silence and escaping life
We drift slowly to sleep

You've been here
All day long
I hope you see
What it's meant to me

I've been kept inside for too long now
I'm begging you to break me out
They've medicated me for days
I'm living in a foreign place
I've been wasting away
But I figured out that healing starts
When I can see your face

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