Roger William

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How Much You'd Love It Here

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Roger William
Mark Travers - Roger William Eydenberg




When I first landed here

I thought I was on the moon

Miles and miles of empty space

Not like where I was from

A big sky overhead

Like an empty thought balloon

The perfect boring place

For getting used to feeling numb


With everything so strange

It’s like stumbling in the dark

I can feel my way around

If I let go of you

I bought an empty house

Where you’ll never leave your mark

And my life won’t be bound

To any ghost that’s passing through



Now I’m on my favorite hillside

On a winter afternoon

Watching cottonwoods embrace

A falling crescent moon

The river’s frozen over

It’s a new trail for the deer

And all day long I’ve thought about

How much you’d love it here


I planned for this to be a smooth recovery

With no one always asking how I feel

With the same old broken heart

I guess that’s not an easy way to heal