Words & Music:



A5  G5  B5  [3x for intro - basic riff for verse & chorus]


Dusk is dawn is day.  Where did it go?

I've been laughing, fast and slow.

Moving in a still frame, howling at the moon.

Morning found me laughing up and down, down.

A5   G5    B5

Low, low, low.


Night suits me fine, and morning suits me fine.

I've been so happy, happy, way up high, high.

In between, down below.

Low, low, low.



CM7           G        E5

I skipped the part about love.

CM7          G         E5

It seemed so silly and low.

A5   G5   B5    A5   G5   B5

Low, low, low.  Low, low, low.


I said, "The morning, it isn't your time.

Barefoot, naked, I can see your lines.

It doesn't bother me, if you are right.

Your grass is grassy wet.

Your light white is bright light white.  Light."




You and me, we know about time.

We know how things go.  They come and go; they live and grow;

They pass and go, and glow and glow.

Up and down, high and low.

Low, low, low.  Low, low, low.


BRIDGE:  [2x]


I like your hands all full of glory, all full of glory.


A5  G5  B [arpeggiate the B chord]


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