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lyrics

I can see stones float through the air
I’ve found a way but I won’t tell you where
That pretty young thing, my Latvian bride
My fresh sweet sixteen
She’s brand new inside
But outside there’s a world where the laws of physics apply
But under the Florida moon the rocks are alive
I can see lines and they race from the Earth
And they point right here
I can see lines and they shoot from my hands

Sometimes I feel like I’m wasting away
Like that old desert sun at the end of the day
I’ll think about her, my young blushing bride
I built this for her
Now I’m locked inside

But outside there’s a world where the laws of physics apply
But under the Florida moon the rocks are alive
There’s a world where the laws of physics apply
But inside these coral walls the rocks are alive

I can see lines and they race from the Earth
And they point right here
I can see lines and they shoot from my hands

credits

from Songs for the Forgotten Future Vol. 1, released April 7, 2003
Musicians
Dave Wechsler—vocals and piano
Doug Stone—guitar and vocals
Dave Wechsler—piano, accordion and vocals
Bill Gerstel—drums
Meredith Yayanos—violins
Dave Dorbin—tuba
Nina Lee—cello

Intro
Unknown actor reading the words of Edward Leedskalnin, builder of the Coral Castle, Homestead FL

Music and lyrics by Doug Stone

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