Hearts And Thoughts They Fade Away Poem by Gulliver Gimble

Hearts And Thoughts They Fade Away



I seem to recognize your face.
Haunting familiar, yet I can't seem to place it.
Cannot find the candle of thought to light your name.
Lifetimes are catching up with me.
All these changes taking place.
I wish I'd seen the place but no one's ever taken me.

Hearts and thoughts they fade, fade away.
Hearts and thoughts they fade, fade away.

I swear I recognize your breath.
Memories, like fingerprints, are slowly raising.
Me you wouldn't recall for I'm not my former.
It's hard when your stuck upon the shelf.
I changed by not changing at all.
Small town predicts my fate.
Perhaps that's what no one wants to see.
I just want to scream, 'Hello.'
My god its been so long. Never dreamed you'd return.
But now here you are and here I am.

Hearts and thoughts they fade away.
Hearts and thoughts they fade away.
Hearts and thoughts they fade away.

Written by Eddie Vedder of Peral Jam

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