Letter From Phoenicia

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Spinning circles in the heart of the city / Finding shelter in the shade / Heat beat down on the paving / Where our feet took the burden again / And in the evening we were tossing and turning / Tired and yearning for rain / Took flight in the darkest of nights, to the Catskill Mountain range // We went out on those hills, we took over their plains / Climbed that old fire tower by the hotel remains // And I’ve never felt any better / I tried to describe it in a letter / And I sent it from Phoenicia but wasn’t sure whether / My words would ever reach you // We took pleasure in being, consequently seeing the stillness it brings / On the porch of a cabin, in the shadow of a mountain of which we were kings / When the time came to leave I truly believed that I could begin / To be free from the binds, the trappings of time, and the thickness of things // We went out on those hills, we took over their plains / Climbed that old fire tower by the hotel remains // And I’ve never felt any better / I tried to describe it in a letter / And I sent it from Phoenicia but wasn’t sure whether / My words would ever reach you

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from Rhythm On The City Wall, released August 1, 2016

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