Morning Air (The Wedding)

I used to hold you close, But now your picture frames They're the closest you will ever be to me And I rejoice at our dismissal Like I've finally been set free And now our pictures drift They drift farther And farther and farther away And the pieces of our Relationship become nothing more Than curbside clutter Than curbside clutter So I'll kiss the morning air and fly away Fly away from here today, today, today And I'll kiss the morning air and fly away Fly away from here today You better take a seat, yeah, stay a while I'm about to wear you out And I'm not afraid to tell You what this is all about Now the world around me is slowly blending together Like a wheel of colors Are we so different you and I Are we so different you and I You loved me, and I loved you not There's the door Don't let it hit you on the way out I got it all planned out, I'll drive out to the edge of your yard And we'll rip our tear drenched photographs apart And watch them drift over the rooftops of this lonely southern town Now I don't care, If you cry for an entire year But by then I hope you can make your peace