The Oldest Old Oak Tree

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The Oldest Old Oak Tree

Go on ahead, to where world seems fine
a blush of a past, won’t you lay down here?
Fickle and thin, remember when
the sun took the snow?

A part of my mind
gone like the water flowing by
it’s all for the best, a spring view alone
to watch the blossom fall again.
Fickle and thin, remember when
the sun took the snow?

See there is no ghost
it’s just that the spirit’s gone to far
gleaming cadence gold
you became the elixir of my home
Fickle and thin, remember when
the sun took the snow?

Go on ahead, to where you’re lover only knows
a place you know best,
that faces due west
beneath the oldest old oak tree
Fickle and thin, remember when
the sun took the snow?

Fickle and thin, remember when
the sun took the snow?