Eden by Emily Haines
Welcome to the garden of Eden
Can you see even me, when I've pushed?
Call it a fall and lay all the blame on me.
From where I'm standing, it's a long way down
Up here, at the top of a building
Top of a mountain, top of a crowd
Watching all the people moving down there in their clothes
It's like they're hiding, but there's nothing left
That everybody doesn't already know
I feel allright, i'm not coming down
Until I remember, and I will remember.
Where I'm standing, it's high enough,
I'm looking over miles and miles of highway signs
Do you know how to get out when you run out of reasons
Ran out of reasons nights ago
And I will remember, if I still remember the garden of eden.
You could see even me, when I'm pushed
Called it a fall and lay all the blame on me.