I've been on this trail for days
And once again it starts to rain
And I just want to find my way
But the water’s distorting my gaze
I've been on this trail for days
And once again it starts to rain
And I know that I can't stop
Finding my way up to the top

I can't see anything from this distance
My eyes are shutting me off from existence
And I think that
My very own experience of insisting persistence
Made me
Forget my water
But the path only gets longer
So I walk along these trees
These trees I can see grow taller
But I can feel me getting nearer
And I can feel me getting weaker
And if my brain is like a lightbulb
I can feel is start to flicker
But I'm too close now
Just to turn around
So I'll just tread on
Through the night and dawn
So I can see the top,
But I don't need to be on top
I just want a view

I'm climbing up a mountain, I won't ever stop
And I just wanna finally reach the top, yeah
I'm climbing up a mountain, I won't ever stop
And I just wanna finally reach the top, yeah

I've been on this trail for days
And once again it starts to rain
And I just want to find my way
But the water’s distorting my gaze
I've been on this trail for days
And once again it starts to rain
And I know that I can't stop
Finding my way up to the top

I still can't see from where I am
And I still can't see that far in this land
All I do is get re-routed, get re-routed
And I don't know what to do about it
I'm in an undisclosed location
In a distant destination
Another menial fascination,
With my distorted imagination
I can't see through my "impatient mind"
So I don't if it's really mine
Don't know if I'll reach the end,
Or if I'll be able to send
The message that I write:
I don't know if I'll sleep tonight
Just know that I,
I’ll make it

I'm climbing up a mountain, I won't ever stop
And I just wanna finally reach the top, yeah
I'm climbing up a mountain, I won't ever stop
And I just wanna finally reach the top, yeah
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