You Tripped Me

I'd been praying for the freefall

For more than fifty years it seemed

And when it did

You said all right

And caught me within

My

Insecurity

And the blissful ness

Of the elevator rushing

All my blood to the head

Going down

Such a fading faster flexible

Rebound

From living life in the shadows

Without the courage to come out

Free fall

Zero gravity to the brain

Like a bullet

More like a train

I did not see it coming

But all the signs were there

And all it seemed

Was a way to get my way

And that one-way street was so taunting

But I could not wipe my smile off my face

Like the child whose Christmas came early

Well

I'd been waiting on the freefall

And I fell

Right into your everything