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Unto your dreaming,
When you're alone,
Unplug the tv,
Turn off the phone.
Get heavy on with diggin your ditch.

Cause I'm digging a ditch,
Where madness gives.
Digging a ditch,
Where silence lives.
Digging a ditch,
For when I'm old.
Digging a ditch,
Where stories told.

Where all these troubles,
That weigh down on me will rise,
Unto your dreaming,
When you're alone.
Where all these worries,
That hold heavy on my heart,
Will die, will die, will die...

Unto your dreaming,
When you're alone.
Unplug the tv,
Turn off the phone.
Get heavy on with diggin your ditch.

Cause I'm digging a ditch,
Where madness gives.
Digging a ditch,
Where silence lives in here.
Digging a ditch,
And when I'm through digging this ditch,
I'll dig in for you.

Where all these disappointments,
That grow angry out of me will die.
Where all these habits,
That hold heavy on my heart will die.

Unto your dreaming, when you're alone,
Not what you're sure be or what you've become,
Just getting heavy on with digging your ditch.

Cause I'm digging a ditch,
Where madness gives again.
I'm digging a ditch,
Where silence lives.
Where all these troubles that weigh down on me,
Will rise, will rise, will rise, will rise...

Unto your dreaming, when you're alone,
Unplug the tv,
Turn off the phone.
Get heavy on with digging your ditch.



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