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Justin Rutledge - A Letter to Heather Lyrics

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  • My love, you move and the whole garden moves
  • with the blood and the cross and the lamb
  • Oh, let boys be boys and girls be girls
  • But, honey, let me be your man
  • Do you live in the sand of a snow-colored land
  • where the ghosts of your grandparents blow?
  • Where the houses roll like barber poles
  • to the hills where it's always ten-below?
  • When I dream, I'm awake with your kids on the lake
  • and the leaves that the summer has outgrown
  • The clotheslines fail like a lost breadcrumb trail
  • Think of me and these letters made of bone
  • Am I cursed? Am I blessed? With my head on your breast
  • and my mind on the slightest thing you do
  • My highway home ain't made of stone,
  • but of tears, and a second glance from you
  • My love, you move and the whole garden moves
  • with the blood and the cross and the lamb
  • With the blood and the cross and the lamb

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