Promise Me You’ll Go

The clouds roll in when the wind blows

but science doesn’t start just cuz somebody knows

forgive yourself, let the daffodil grow

Just promise me you’ll go

 

They will feel a chill when they see it snow

when you fall, they’ll feel it in their bones

to help you heal, they may give you stepping stones

Just promise me you’ll go

 

Storms you create, you may never see

equations and laws spring from your theory

in the flower garden stands a grand oak tree

Just promise me you’ll be

 

So go, go, go, go

Don’t look back, don’t count your toes

The horizon is beyond your nose

Just promise me

Just promise me you’ll go

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