Lyrics to Daycatcher
The hours are made of liquid glass
they scratch your skin like brittle grass
and bugs get trapped inside them.
They may evaporate like gas;
though days consist of greater mass
still often I can’t find them.
Catch me a day
Catch me a moment
I’m willing to pay
Why do you never share what you take away
Nothing will remain
And no one ever stays the same
As water in a stream erodes
The rocks and cliffs through which it flows
And leaves a path behind it
So blood erodes while it sustains
A looping pass throughout the veins
’til finally it unwinds it.