Tell me where you’re hiding
Where do I find you in the city?
Point out the building
Under which rock or bridge
Or do you requite the will?
How do I recognize you when I find you?
It’s been months since last we spoke
Your voice speaks to me in my iPod
My heart beats with a drum whenever I pick your call
But you fail to send me a picture
All I have is millions of pixels I know not how to rearrange into form.
Will you come to me if I ask you to?
You know what I look like; you’ve seen me many times
With you I am never invincible
Your love finds me even when I’m lost at sea
Or walking through the woods at dusk . . .
Say you will find me
Please, come to me instead
The city scares me, and I fear your love will be gone
Before the sun comes up.