ARROW/PLANE

It's alway the same, though the seasons they change
The weather is tempered but the rest just remains
It's like trying to start when your wires are cut
No use clinging to things that you've already lost

Down in the canyon children sleep in the cars
Far from amusement parks, and a city of stars
And today I complain, threw my passport away
So I will not be with you on the big arrowplane

As I tangle in dreams
In your passenger seat
As the strip malls and tree lines
Come apart at the seams
Way out in the mesa
There's no fortune or fame
Learned there's more to the picture
Then what fits in the frame

Down in the canyon passed the harsh neon signs
We're restless, indifferent, we are colorblind
Though our plans rearrange, I still wish you had stayed
Cause’ I will not be with you on the big arrow plane

Down in the canyon, with the wind, free and wild.
We're restless, indifferent, we are colorblind
And today I complain, threw my passport away
So I will not be with you on the big arrow plane