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DECONSTRUCTION
Indigo Girls


we talked up all night

and still came to no conclusion

we started a fight

that ended in silent confusion


and as we sat stuck

you could hear the trash truck

making its way through the neighborhood


picking up the thrown out

different from house to house

we get to decide what we think is no good


we're sculpted from youth

the chipping away makes me weary

and as for the truth

it seems like we just pick a theory


ah it's the one that justifies

our daily lives

and backs us with quiver and arrows


to protect openings

cause when the warring begins

how quickly the wide open narrows


into the smallness of

our deconstruction of love

we thought it was changing

but it never was

it's just the same as it ever was


a family of foxes

came to my yard and dug in

so i looked in a book

to see what this could possibly mean


yeah cause there's fate in the breeze

signs in the trees

and possible tragic events



when forces collide

with the damage strewn wide

and holes blasted straight through the fence


oh the sky starts to crash

(into the smallness of)

the rain on the roof starts to drumming

(our)

and laid up like cash

(deconstruction of love)

your take on my list of shortcommings


and now the show starts to close

(the show)

i know how this goes

(starts to close)

the plots a predicatable showing


and though it seems grand

we're just one speck of sand

and back to the hourglass we're going


back to the smallness of

(into the smallness of)

our deconstruction of love

(our deconstruction of love)

we thought it was changing

but it never was


we're still in the smallness of

(into the smallness of)

our deconstruction of love

(our deconstruction)

we thought it was changing but it never was


our deconstruction of love


INDIGO GIRLS

The Indigo Girls are Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. They met on the playground in grammar school in Decatur, Georgia, USA, and have been playing together since high school.

Their first release in 1985 was a seven-inch single named "Crazy Game", with the B-side "Everybody's Waiting (for Someone to Come Home)". That same year, the Indigo Girls released a six-track Extended play album named "Indigo Girls", and in 1987 released their first full-length album, Strange Fire, recorded at John Keane Studio in Athens, Georgia, and including "Crazy Game". ... Read More