“Let Your Love Grow Tall” by Passion Pit

“But it’s the thought that counts. Quiet minds don’t know their worth.”

In pastures blue and green
I’ll follow you and you’ll follow me
My fabrics mystery
I’ll wave your loyalty in the freezing
Breeze so desperately

And another one comes down
And another one comes down
And another one comes down

I think I see my life
He bows all slyly and gentle-like
He’s never had the right
I’ve never lived without
His sad and jealous eyes

And another one comes down
And another one comes down
And another one comes down

They’d say

Tall as the grass in the meadow?
Or the dunes on the shore?
Like the buildings in the city?
And your children on the floor?

Like the darkness in the forest?
Like my frightened worried eyes?
Or the roots in the soil?
Are skies telling lies?

But it’s the thought that counts
Quiet minds don’t know their worth
They know what to do
So I’ll pray for them and I’ll pray for you
Till my face turns blue

And another one comes down
And another one comes down
And another one comes down

Tall as the grass in the meadow?
Or the dunes on the shore?
Like the buildings in the city?
And your children on the floor?

Like the darkness in the forest?
Like my frightened worried eyes?
Or the roots in the soil?
Are skies telling lies?

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