Do You Really Know?

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Do you really know the ones you love?
Could you really ever know enough?
Enough to compensate for what they lack?
Enough to carry them on your back?

Do you really know the ones you love?
Through the waters running smooth and rough?
Do you feel a distant suffering,
When you find the other murmuring?

Or writing from
A different page,
A different cage,
The morning kiss,
The other missed,
The shopping list,
The dirty dish,
Forgotten fish,
A phone call missed,
A floating wish.

‘Cause it’s a chameleon...
Love that you think you know.
Can’t find it in old photos.
Can’t know which way it will grow.

And do you really know yourself that well?
Enough to contemplate another’s hell?
To see beyond a cloud of petty needs?
To intervene before the other bleeds?

And do you really know the ones you love?
Could you tell me what they’re thinking of?
Could you really ever know enough?
Do you really know the ones you love?

Or writing from
A different page,
A different cage,
The morning kiss,
The other missed,
The shopping list,
The dirty dish,
Forgotten fish,
A phone call missed,
A floating wish.

‘Cause it’s a chameleon...
Love that you think you know.
Can’t find it in old photos.
Can’t know which way it will grow.

credits

from Spark, released October 31, 2018
Todd Warner Moore: Vocal
Oliver Wagner: Piano
William Stewart: Violin, Cello


Mixed & Mastered by Oliver Wagner at SoundTheoryLab, Taiwan.

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What if they're just constructs?
If it comes
From within?
Our thoughts may seem like rocks
But a river runs everything thin

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