You've Changed

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Featuring Lindsay Garfield, Vocals

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When the window washers came down
Though my view was of the same town,
clear enough to see the wall
and the lights that blurred its fall

But if you’re thinking I’m some new child
I don’t like to call you wrong,
but autumn shares the light of dawn

I’ve got problems with this great divide
space and time have made
So don’t you tell it like some nursery rhyme,
some things stay the same

But you’ve changed
That cross you’re bearing, you made,
you carved that letter with a woah-oh-oh
You’ve changed
Though your voice sounds exactly the same
you read that letter with a woah-oh-oh

So I will take this time to shine a light
from my window, through the rain,
past the wall’s remains,
on the man you left behind

‘Cause you’ve changed
And though that time is away,
I can’t just let it go
Yeah you’ve changed
And your doppelganger is strange,
his words sound bitter with a wooah-oh-oh

Someday,
when the men sweep the rubble away
you’ll return as a Montague
And we’ll face
that the clothes of the Capulets
Were just clothes, they were never you
Some way,
when the windowpane
fills with dirt again
we’ll at least pretend
Until then, well, I won’t see you again
wooah-oh-oh-oh

Window, window, on the wall
the view through you’s not fair at all
Decades in the dust can veil
a smiling face becoming pale

When the window ends its time
the fate, the fall, the drape, the night
Passes by to join our history,
withering in the fading light

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from The Exited Door, released February 1, 2009

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