Unglued (One Jupiter)

Clouds above the cemetery, Can't even tell the time of day, They give nothing away, Reading names of people past, They're so very close and Far away, But who am I to say? Trees obscure the borderlines, There's big weeping willows, All around, Their branches weight them down. Remember when we, Came unglued To float by the window? The neighbors must have had a laugh We love to put on a show. For people who would try to deny We'll show 'em the pictures. The only thing that bothers me now Is why remember it here? Is it true, As I walk along the beach Beside you, That nothing in the world can Find you? Here's to you! Let the growing of the trees Remind you, That everything is now behind you. Ear against a mausoleum, Eyes on a broken wristwatch hand My feet still caked with sand. Remembering when we Came unglued I feel like my heart is beating fast I can't seem to relax And people never used to smile When posing for portraits It must have been a different time. No phony, elastic grin. I feel like that's the real me. Straight face and a blank stare. Looking like I never win, But I feel fine. Twice in my life I've been sure that A wall was the edge of the world