Tumbling

 

He, bent-kneed, he pleas, "I've seen you in my dreams!"

She screams, as she sends him tumbling through the leaves

 

He lays awake in vain as the world around her 

Shakes away its pain brought on by the human race

 

He says, "Grant you one last chance, if you join me on the hill,

We'll dance until surrounding fire freeze us still"

 

"Oh, this world, you see's not meant for me 

Far across this land I've come for thee

Safely silent, I wish to not stay here

Come and join me, or continue to live in fear"

 

No one knows the man inside his head

Why don't you come and get to know him? 

You could run around the world instead, 

Or you could come and get to know him

And breathe

 

"The air you breathe is not the air I breathe,

For where I lie is in a place you cannot see"

A softer stone is thrown in one's beliefs 

A twisted minded shadow again remains unreached 

 

No one knows the man inside his head

Why don't you come and get to know him?

You could run around the world instead, 

Or you can come and get to know him