If I Could (Mineral)

She stepped outside into the morning air To watch the cars go by and let the sun dry her hair I wanted to tell her how beautiful she was But I just stared I sat behind the wheel and watched the raindrops As they gathered on the windshield And raced down into the humming motor And she folded up her fears like paper airplanes And lost them in the trees And I know I don't deserve this The capacity to feel To laugh and cry and to praise For that I live and breathe and wake each day Is nothing less than your grace In awkward and glorious movement