Wildflower Honey – Song and Lyrics by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties

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Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Wildflower Honey’ by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

I stood up tall in the flowers
All with bright yellow blooms at the tip
Like they’ve been set on fire
And put out but left alone
All the embers stay lit
And i passed by a hillside in Texas
Where the cacti all raised up their arm
Like they’ve been caught in prayer to some evangelist preacher
Or absentee gods

So I drift to sleep
Eating wildflower honey
In the evening heat
With the windows down around me
Laying low on the side of the road

I played a dive in St Louis
My guitar started sounding like shit
Got it fixed up in Nashville
The lady said
“Kid you can’t bang on your fret-board like this”
And I found some boys out of Philly that were willing to play in my band
For drinks at the bar and the promise of places that they’ve never been

So we drift to sleep
Eating wildflower honey
In the evening heat
Watch the fireflies arriving
Laying low on the side of the road