Song Name: Isolation

Songwriter: Jeff Greeneberg

Copyright: 2008

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Lyrics:

The fence post is rotten, the fence row needs mending, there's a hole in the ground that I always seem to step into. The fruit tree has fallen and we can't get over it, now we get too much sun on the south side of the house.

She said, "You and your isolation, what are you trying to escape from? You can't stand to walk away, so let me back into your life. It takes two to make one wrong thing right."

The bluegrass is wilting, the garden is growing with thistles that whistle like wind in the trees. Chrysanthemum flowers desperately need water and I need some lovin' to make it through the night.

And she said, "You and your isolation, what are you trying to escape from? You can't stand to walk away, so let me back into your life. It takes two to make one wrong thing right."

September cold blowin' in, the fruit tree's in the fireplace, ashes in the wind. I can't wait until harvest, a sunset in Hudson!

She said, "You and your isolation, what are you trying to escape from? You can't stand to walk away, so let me back into your life. It takes two to make one wrong thing right."