Deadman Pass            

 

Rivers winding around words in my head

Shivering pines say that summer is dead

Chest feels hollow and my hands are numb

Do my best to swallow all the things I’ve done

   

When you break your back but you still don’t have bread

But you won’t go back on the things that you said

You bled your heart out and it took every drop

You’ve come too far now to ever stop

 

Wash me in the water and I’ll never go back

Even when I’m walking through Deadman Pass

        

You can’t trust a man because he’ll just let you down

Crooked and twisted he grows from the ground

From dust we came and dust we shall return

From dust we came and dust we shall return

 

Wash me in the water and I’ll never go back

Even when I’m walking through Deadman Pass