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​Pines

This song is by Karate and appears on the album Pockets (2004).

Down the street I'll park the car
You go ahead and meet me inside
There's no reason for us to both go through with it

On the way I'll call about this guitar
Don't want to sell, but I'm in the red
Plus I just don't know what to do with it

Had I been more awake this morning
I would have seen the coming warnings
The calendar, the pens, Sunday on the phone again

Today we'd stand alone with pines
Instaed of with produce, in endless lines
How does preparation for the week require the entire weekend?

Shop for gloves among evergreens
Long woolen skins in unsubtle themes
And entire season on a credit card

Observing loves, rare friendships seen
Manifest their greatest deeds
With facing feet from numbered dressing stalls

Had I been more awake this morning
I could have seen the coming warnings
The calendar, the pens, Sunday on the phone again

Today we'd stand alone with pines
Instaed of with produce, in restless lines
How does preparation for the week require the entire weekend?

The next time you say to me
"This week's just a day too long"
Well your days are getting shorter, and as a gentle reminder
Under boots tan needles break

Every Sunday I pray you'll see
That you're doing this thing all wrong
Because down on the corner, among the pines
Hopelessly small and still, they defy the rake

Every Sunday I pray you'll see
That you're doing this thing all wrong
Because down on the corner, among the pines
Hopelessly small and still, they defy the rake