From the recording Dim the Watershed
Let him be, let him be, the sun and moon to me
The morning porch, the evening bridge, that’s where I live.
Take this endlessness, put an end to it, tear it up again. Let me forget.
Let him the sun that shines on me that I must see.
Let him be the air that lives in me. He lives in me.
Accept who you are, accept who you are. It’s not so bad so far.
He looks at me, the moon descends and life is good again.
And in this day, we hurry in. I will take a chance on this road again.
I will never, no, I will not take this back again. I will always laugh at the hard times remember when, forever, forever, Amen.