song by Anna Tivel
Figure it out lyrics

The night comes to find you, a flickering ball
The street light behind, you breathing shadow
And I never wanted to hold something close until now
A siren, a cat fight, a thin clarinet
The neighbors reflecting the blue TV set
And you got a way of believing
The rest will work out
I'm sorry I said what I said, I don't mean it
The darkness it scares me to death
But I'll figure it out
I'll figure it out

A car horn, a backfire, a bottle of wine
Somebody laughing and closing the blinds
And I never wanted to something right until now
The heavy door closing the dog in the yard
Chain linking, wood rot and rusty old parts
And you got a way of convincing my heart to lay down
I'm sorry I said what I said, I don't mean it
The darkness it scares me to death
But I'll figure it out
I'll figure it out

You're walking back home now, I'm watching you go
The slope of your shoulder, you're breathing shadow
And I got feeling so I might never come down
And the night slips behind you, a lit cigarette
The junky arranging, [?]
And you got a way of forgiving the trouble I found
I'm sorry I said what I said, I don't mean it
The darkness it scares me to death
But I'll figure it out
I'll figure it out