Love Is Sometimes Just The Person That You’re With

© Tash McGill

Song Of The Moment : Hold Me Up
Dave Matthews Band

Hold Me Up
So I can see you
Hold me down
If running’s what’s got into me
What cries my name
I won’t set you away

Oh I’m older
Still the years give
And I’ll walk into the big line
And I’ll hold me
And soon I’m in the big door
And your deceit is growing big

Oh, I know
That you rather be somewhere else
But I’m not here all alone
Trying to wish you so

Hold Me Down
If I’ve got the fear
Hold Me up
If running’s what’s gotten into me
Cause cry as I may
These tears won’t wash you away
Though I’m older
I cry like a baby everyday

Then I come into the big line
Let it all go out in the wee hours of the morn’
I’m coming back a chased time
And the fool will leap to bed
Cry as I may
These tears won’t wash you away

Then I’m —
And I’m all facing at an empty room again
No one’s coming to the *something*
I feel the *something* is rising
Oh, *something*

Cry as I may
These tears won’t wash you away.

I Need Some Strong Arms
I need some strong arms and very present hands. I need to be comforted with touch and proximity, in a special kind of human song that is presence. All thoughts and thinking aside.. the caucophony inside my head longs for the silence of skin engaged with skin, pulses underneath soft cocoons of nerves. Reminding me and us of the belonging and the healing that comes within arms and hands and bodies. I need the smell of another body close enough to encounter my scent, so that i’m primal & basic again. I need to be enclosed within strong arms, to rest my head against another heartbeat and be buffered from the world. Just long enough for an embrace.

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