Lost Trees – Inertia
Genre Rock

LYRIC
Inertia

Vital signs are slowing down
I'm crashing into reverie
The last of all that's left of me
[The last of all that's left of me]

Atmospheric grace suspended overhead
I've been left for dead
The violence grows each day
Abandoned, wandering, will I have see the sky again

A sign of life from out of sight
Bright enough to burn me
In orbit up above
I feel the fear of falling off
Am I not strong enough?
It's time to stand upright
We will not move without a fight
Fade
Fade into obscurity

Give in to the fantasy
You're born to bleed
The echoes of your life reflecting how you're seen
It's tearing at the seams

Fight for life, refuse to die
Grow the distance between you and I
Stare into the eyes of an outcast
A forecast of a storm meant to bring us life
Underneath the earth I will lie

I'm not giving in
I'm letting go of all of this
So I can tell myself that nothing matters
In spite of the ominous signs
It feels like I have drawn the line
And all the fault is mine

Immobilize, desynchronize
Decide to sink or swim
Collapse into a black hole
A life lost on a whim
It's inertia
The motion of the sea is the only thing that could uproot me
Momentary loss of your momentum
Speak in plain speech
Another lapse in judgment
A failure in perception
Irrelevance in evolution

Elevate, free from the doubt of what is at stake
Now don't hesitate, the burden of all the weight
Hear the lie, found in disguise
A vector to open your eyes
The force of a falling sky

Irreverence and selflessness collide
A fracture in time
Pray for peace in a world lost in tide
A presence that resides only in your own mind

I'm not giving in
I'm letting go of all of this
So I can tell myself that nothing matters
In spite of the ominous signs
It feels like I have drawn the line
And all the fault is mine

Immobilize, desynchronize
Decide to sink or swim
Collapse into a black hole
A life lost on a whim
It's inertia
The motion of the sea is the only thing that could uproot me
The clouds have all but grayed out your memory
The last of all, the last of all that's left of me

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