song by FREE THROW
What's past is prologue lyrics

That day I watched as they threw down the seeds
In the dirt
Around the porch where I always sit
and write about what hurts
Seems like some kind of sign,
But I shut it off with nothing learned

I always look the day [?]
Although I buried in a deeper hole
Always wonder why they're staring at the shovel
Not taking [?] like they all seem to love

Two weeks later, the blades of grass are starting to appear
And when I noticed,
I felt that inner voice whisper in my ear
You need to change

I always look the day [?]
Although I buried in a deeper hole
Always wonder why they're staring at the shovel
Not taking [?] like they all seem to love
You don't need to stay the same,
Have to work for your own change
Have to take it what's been written
I always look the day [?]
and at this point I had completely spun out of control

I went from tap down to my bed
Too tied up in my head
I was searching for redemption
But dug a deeper hole instead
I left the shovel for someone else
And I've been thinking to dig up myself
It's a shame a hadn't figure out
True fact I never chose to sprout
With no [?] the seeds that won't grow
From me you'll finally view
In world it's always beauty , I've mistaken [?]
You're I always look the day [?]
Those days are dead and gone away

Today I've finally learned to say I love myself
Finally got out of my garden dirt
I've learned the way I truly am
Need some help
Not taking the fucking grass shovel
[?]
I've finally learned to say I love myself
I've finally learned to say I love myself